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Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome


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9 Norton Rd.
Red Hook, NY 12571
United States

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Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome


(??.? miles from you)

9 Norton Rd.
Red Hook, NY 12571
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Visit the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, America's first flying museum of antique airplanes. For sixty years, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome has been flying, educating, and entertaining. Barnstorm in a 1929 biplane or view

See the museum's Fokkers, SPAD, Albatros, and Sopwiths dogfight every Sunday, watch the 100-year-old Curtiss Jenny barnstorm each week, and check out an exact copy of the 1927 Spirit of St. Louis.

Attend Saturday and Sunday Air Shows held mid-June through October, which feature the 15-20 plane flying collection. Explore another fifty historic machines housed in the museum from the Pioneer, WWI, and Golden Ages of aviation. The museum also features a Snack Bar open on weekends, spotless restrooms with changing stations, and an air-conditioned gift shop. 

FlipKey by TripAdvisor puts the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome on their Ultimate Adventure Bucket List, saying "Don't miss this treasure."

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Why You Should Go...

Visit the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, America's first flying museum of antique airplanes. For sixty years, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome has been flying, educating, and entertaining. Barnstorm in a 1929 biplane or view the 1909 Bleriot, the oldest regularly-flying airplane in the western hemisphere.

See the museum's Fokkers, SPAD, Albatros, and Sopwiths dogfight every Sunday, watch the 100-year-old Curtiss Jenny barnstorm each week, and check out an exact copy of the 1927 Spirit of St. Louis.

Attend Saturday and Sunday Air Shows held mid-June through October, which feature the 15-20 plane flying collection. Explore another fifty historic machines housed in the museum from the Pioneer, WWI, and Golden Ages of aviation. The museum also features a Snack Bar open on weekends, spotless restrooms with changing stations, and an air-conditioned gift shop. 

FlipKey by TripAdvisor puts the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome on their Ultimate Adventure Bucket List, saying "Don't miss this treasure."

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: May, June, July, August, September, October

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Wed

10:00am - 5:30pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:30pm

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Discounts: Children, Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Café, Changing Station, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

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The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a living museum and working airfield recreating a vintage airport. Come prepared for an authentic experience and outdoor Air Shows.

Biplane Rides start at 10:00 AM on Air Show days and take place before and after the shows. The twilight flights are the best, especially with the fall colors.

The snack bar is open for Air Shows. Picnic tables are available.

Fun Facts

Glen Curtiss flew his Hudson Flyer from Albany to New York in 1910. The museum has his Model D Pusher, made largely of bamboo. It still flies.

The Red Baron had eighty victories when he was shot down in his Fokker Triplane. The museum's Black Baron of Rhinebeck gets shot down every Sunday.

Ryan Aircraft took two months to build the Spirit of St. Louis for Lindbergh's historic flight across the Atlantic. It took twenty years to build the museum's authentic copy.

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Why You Should Go...

Visit the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, America's first flying museum of antique airplanes. For sixty years, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome has been flying, educating, and entertaining. Barnstorm in a 1929 biplane or view the 1909 Bleriot, the oldest regularly-flying airplane in the western hemisphere.

See the museum's Fokkers, SPAD, Albatros, and Sopwiths dogfight every Sunday, watch the 100-year-old Curtiss Jenny barnstorm each week, and check out an exact copy of the 1927 Spirit of St. Louis.

Attend Saturday and Sunday Air Shows held mid-June through October, which feature the 15-20 plane flying collection. Explore another fifty historic machines housed in the museum from the Pioneer, WWI, and Golden Ages of aviation. The museum also features a Snack Bar open on weekends, spotless restrooms with changing stations, and an air-conditioned gift shop. 

FlipKey by TripAdvisor puts the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome on their Ultimate Adventure Bucket List, saying "Don't miss this treasure."

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: May, June, July, August, September, October

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Wed 10:00am - 5:30pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:30pm

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Discounts: Children, Groups, Military

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Café, Changing Station, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

How You Can Follow...

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a living museum and working airfield recreating a vintage airport. Come prepared for an authentic experience and outdoor Air Shows.

Biplane Rides start at 10:00 AM on Air Show days and take place before and after the shows. The twilight flights are the best, especially with the fall colors.

The snack bar is open for Air Shows. Picnic tables are available.

Fun Facts

Glen Curtiss flew his Hudson Flyer from Albany to New York in 1910. The museum has his Model D Pusher, made largely of bamboo. It still flies.

The Red Baron had eighty victories when he was shot down in his Fokker Triplane. The museum's Black Baron of Rhinebeck gets shot down every Sunday.

Ryan Aircraft took two months to build the Spirit of St. Louis for Lindbergh's historic flight across the Atlantic. It took twenty years to build the museum's authentic copy.

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