Highlights of the museum include a replica of the Wright Flyer and other historic biplanes, as well as static displays of American and European aircraft such as a Polish jet trainer aircraft. There is also a nmber of planes from the World War II era that are in flying condition, including a P-51 Mustang, a Piper Cub, a Cessna L-19 “Bird Dog” observation plane, a PT-19 raining aircraft from World War II, and a Corsair with its infamous inverted gull wing-an iconic fighter plane that was used by the Navy during World War II. remained in US service with the Strategic Air Command until 1949. There are also many non-American aircraft at the museum, including L-39 Aero Vodochody Jet Trainer from Ukraine.
The museum hosts a number of events throughout the year. In addition to seeing historic aircraft, the museum offers a number of exhibits or memorabilia, photographs, and aviation artifacts. The museum also houses one of the region's largest libraries of books and other materials on the subject of aviation history.