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Kansas Aviation Museum membership BOGO

Kansas Aviation Museum

The Kansas Aviation Museum has a membership special that is perfect for holiday gift-giving!

From now until 5 p.m. on December 31, 2018, purchase one Kansas Aviation Museum membership and you will be able to give a FREE membership to someone else.

Holiday shopping accomplished.

This offer is only valid for NEW memberships.

Here are the available levels. You’ll see that they are really reasonably priced!

Kansas Aviation Museum

Kansas Aviation Museum Membership Levels

Whichever membership level you purchase, you’ll get the same level FREE to give to give to someone else.

Flight School (Student) $20

Full-time student (18+ with a current college ID) – Free admission – 1 year, 1 member card, 15% off all museum store purchases, 1 KAM patch, and unlimited additional tickets at $6 each.

 

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Wingman (individual) $50

Non-students 18 & older – Free admission – 1 year, 1 member card, 15% off venue rentals, 20% off all museum store purchases, 1 KAM patch, and unlimited additional tickets at $6 each.

Crew (Household – Family/Grandparent) $75

Two adults & all children & grandchildren – Free admission – 1 year, 2 member cards, 20% off venue rentals, 25% off all museum store purchases, 1 KAM patch, and unlimited additional tickets at $6 each.

The Museum also has Donor Level memberships. You can find more about those and details about the Museum Membership BOGO Offer here at the Kansas Aviation Museum website or call Barb Kramer at (316) 683-9242.

The Kansas Aviation Museum is housed in Wichita’s historic art-deco airport at 3350 S. George Washington Blvd., Wichita, KS 67210.

Regular admission to the Kansas Aviation Museum is $9.50 for adults, $8.50 for seniors ages 55+, and $7.50 for children ages 4-12.

You can see how quickly having a membership would save you money. For parents or grandparents with two children, it would pay for itself in less than three visits.

Kansas Aviation Museum propeller plane

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