The Beechcraft Heritage Museum is a distinctly original one-of-a-kind, “living and working” aviation museum that traces the lineage of the Beechcraft family of airplanes. The Museum began life as the Staggerwing Museum Foundation, incorporated in October of 1973, under the auspices of the Staggerwing Club.
In April 2007, the Museum became the Beechcraft Heritage Museum . This change reflects our commitment to promoting aviation education and preserving the Beechcraft heritage nurtured by generations of enthusiasts of all Beechcraft models from 1932 through the present. No matter what area of this history – which branch of the family tree – interests you most, you'll find it here. We invite you to join us.
The Museum is situated in a picturesque campus-style setting adjacent to the Tullahoma , Tennessee Regional Airport (THA). An attractive blend of authentically restored early American log structures and modern museum-quality construction, this 60,000 square foot facility currently houses more that two-dozen aircraft, plus many aviation artifacts and memorabilia for the enjoyment of our Members and visitors.