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Texas Heritage Trails Program

Amarillo: Texas Air & Space Museum


Douglas DC-3 - N34

Aviators of the past remembered, aviators of the future inspired.

The Texas Air & Space Museum is located in Amarillo, Texas at exit 76 of Interstate Highway 40. The museum recently acquired a historic Douglas DC-3 aircraft that is the only airworthy aircraft listed on the nation's National Register of Historic Places. Following the arrival of that aircraft, the US National Park Service listed the Texas Air & Space Museum on its travel itinerary (Aviation: Sand Dunes to Sonic Booms).


Location

  • 10001 American Dr
  • Amarillo, Texas
  • 79111-1213

Contact

Hours & Fees

    • Monday through Saturday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    • Other times by appointment
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Map & Directions

From Amarillo, Texas

Follow IH-40 east approximately 7 miles to exit 76, upon exiting turn left onto Airport Blvd and drive north/northeast approximately 1.5 miles, turn left and follow Tiltrotor Dr to 10001 American Dr.

From Fort Worth, Texas

Follow US Highway 287 northwest approximately 315 miles to Amarillo, TX, follow IH-40 west approximately 2 miles to exit 76, upon exiting turn right onto Airport Blvd and drive north/northeast approximately 1.5 miles, turn left and follow Tiltrotor Dr to 10001 American Dr.

From Lubbock, Texas

Follow IH-27 north approximately 120 miles to Amarillo, TX, follow IH-40 east approximately 7 miles to exit 76, upon exiting turn left onto Airport Blvd and drive north/northeast approximately 1.5 miles, turn left and follow Tiltrotor Dr to 10001 American Dr.