Climb Aboard at Pacific Coast Air Museum
Celebrating 30 Years! Founded in 1989 Pacific Coast Air Museum is a unique collection of authentic, well-cared-for aircraft, and a non-profit organization with a dedicated base of aviation experts who are giving back to the Sonoma Community through education and preservation. Aviation History comes to life at the Pacific Coast Air Museum located at the Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa. The Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historic aircraft.
With more than two dozen historical aircraft, many of which have significant military service, the museum engages in a variety of community outreach programs, including monthly open cockpit Climb Aboards, educational programs and the annual air show. Each year tens of thousands of Sonoma County residents and visitors are touched by the Pacific Coast Air Museum’s efforts to keep aviation history alive.
Visit the museum to view the educational exhibits and walk among the static aircraft displays including the F-4 Phantom, F-14 Tomcat, F-86 Sabre, AV-8C Harrier, UH-1H Huey and more. Sit inside the cockpit of historic military aircraft the third weekend of each month and talk to knowledgeable docents and aircraft crews, many of whom served our country in these same aircraft.
Pacific Coast Air Museum
1667 W. Steele Lane, Santa Rosa
(707) 579.4452 • www.pacificcoastairmuseum.org