On view Feb. 9 through Aug. 11
Arctic Flight illustrates the state's early aviation history through artifacts including wreckage from the Will Rogers/Wiley Post crash of 1935, a military-issued electric flight jacket from World War II, and the exhibition's centerpiece, a 1920s Stearman C2B biplane.
This exhibition demonstrates how, in just 100 years, airplanes have evolved from frivolous spectacle to crucial part of the Alaska way of life.
EXHIBIT OVERVIEWArctic Flight demonstrates how airplanes have evolved from frivolous spectacle to crucial part of the Alaska way of life.
PLAN YOUR VISITArctic Flight opens February 9th and is included in museum general admission.
EVENTSEnhance your Arctic Flight experience through educational events and programs.
MEMBER PREVIEWMuseum members are invited to attend an exclusive preview Feb. 8, before the exhibition opens to the general public.