Special Father’s Day Opening at Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

Father's Day Celebration: Explore the Wonders of Aviation and Armor at Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

Aircorps Art Dec 2019


The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM) is thrilled to announce that it will be hosting a special opening on Father’s Day, which will take place on Sunday, June 16th 2024. This highly anticipated event presents a one-of-a-kind opportunity for families to celebrate Father’s Day in a unique and exciting way, surrounded by history and adventure.
[Photo via Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum]
Located at Everett Paine Field in Everett, WA the FHCAM is renowned for its extensive collection of combat aircraft, tanks, and other historic artifacts, which have been carefully preserved and restored over the years. Typically, the museum remains closed on Sundays, but for this special occasion, the museum is extending a warm invitation to fathers, father figures, and grandpas to explore its remarkable collection with their loved ones.
The FHCAM’s Focke-Wulf Fw 190A, the only airworthy example in the world, will be on display for visitors to the museum on Father’s Day. [Photo by Richard Mallory Allnutt]
Celebrate Father’s Day by exploring the collection of rare and iconic aircraft and military vehicles throughout history. Visitors can immerse themselves in the stories of bravery and innovation behind meticulously preserved artifacts. Learn about remarkable feats achieved by pilots and soldiers who operated these machines in times of war and peace.
The lineup of WWII fighters in the FHCAM’s Bravo Hangar, headed by the Curtiss P-40C Warhawk. [Photo by Zac Yates]
This Father’s Day, the FHCAM invites families to bond over their shared interests in history, aviation, and military technology in a safe and welcoming environment. With its incredible collection, fascinating history, and remarkable exhibits, the museum promises to be an unforgettable experience that will create cherished memories for years to come.
For tickets to this special event click HERE. For more information about the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum visit their website.

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