The Beechcraft Heritage Museum is a world class and distinctly original aviation museum. We are committed to promoting aviation education and preserving the heritage nurtured by generations of enthusiasts of all Beechcraft models from 1932 through the present. The Museum is situated in a picturesque campus style setting adjacent to the Tullahoma, Tennessee Municipal Airport (KTHA). An attractive blend of authentically restored early American log structures and modern museum quality construction, this 60,000 square foot facility currently houses more than 35 aircraft in addition to, many original historical artifacts and treasures.
The Beechcraft Heritage Museum is a distinctly original one-of-a-kind aviation museum that traces the lineage of the Beechcraft legacy.
• The 1st Beechcraft
• 1929 Travel Air "Mystery Ship"
• Original collections from the Beech family
• Louise Thaden Library displaying the 1929 Women's Air Derby and 1936 Bendix Trophies
• Aircraft ranging from 1924 to 1994 (Travel Airs, Staggerwings, Beech 18's, Bonanzas, Barons, Musketeer, Starship, Duke and many others.