99s Museum of Women Pilots

4300 Amelia Earhart Rd
Ste A
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
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99s Museum of Women Pilots

4300 Amelia Earhart Rd
Ste A
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
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The 99s Museum of Women Pilots in Oklahoma City allows visitors to walk through the history of women in aviation from the earliest flights to the present day. Explore one of the largest collections of artifacts and information solely dedicated to women pilots. Located on the second floor of the International Headquarters building of the Ninety-Nines at the Will Rogers World Airport, this 5,000 square foot museum features permanent and temporary exhibits on famous women pilots. The museum is operated by The Ninety-Nines Inc, an international organization of women pilots established in 1929 with Amelia Earhart as the first president.

Browse through exhibit areas and learn about the important role women pilots played in the development of aviation. The 99s Museum of Women Pilots also features archives with a repository of personal papers, personal items and historic artifacts that chronicle the rich history of women aviators from Amelia Earhart to today's women of space. A research library is also available to the public.

Perhaps one of the most popular exhibits at the museum, an extensive collection of Amelia Earhart belongings are housed here. This collection includes her "lucky" bracelet that she incidentally left behind on her last flight, one of her famous scarves and much more. Visitors to the 99s Museum of Women Pilots will also enjoy a display on the first Powder Puff Derby, which featured women pilots flying cross-country. This collection includes detailed routes, photos of the planes, equipment and a large display of trophies.

Visitors can also browse through sections dedicated to women aviators' contribution to U.S. and international militaries. Learn about the U.S. Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs), the Russian Night Witches, the Civil Air Patrol, the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA), women combat pilots, and the first woman graduate of MIT. As an added bonus, uniforms from the British and U.S. WASPs are also on display within the museum. 




Adults: $7
Seniors (65+): $4
Military (with ID): $4
Students (6 & older): $4
Children (5 & under): Free

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.



Monday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please call to confirm hours prior to visiting.
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