WWII Weekend Web
1-4 Special Guests Roster Posted
12-27 B-24 Rides On Sale
12-23 Airshow Aircraft Roster Posted
12-19 Online Tickets On Sale
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D-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM'S WORLD WAR II
ATTENTION: THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY, JUNE 5 AND MONDAY, JUNE 9
The Museum Office, only, will be open for World War II Weekend Ticket Sales on Thursday, June 5th, Set-Up Day. The Museum will also be closed on Clean-Up Day, Monday, June 9. Your cooperation will be appreciated.
HEADS UP FOR ALL HOTEL HOSPITALITY HOPEFULS
If your World War II Weekend battle plan includes a stay at a local hostelry, you would be wise to reserve your accommodations now. There is another large, public event taking place in Reading on "our" weekend and in all likelihood area hotel rooms will sell out well before the event. A good place to start is our MAAM Recommended Hotels Page. If you dither and end up at the Bates Motel, or out on the street, don't say we didn't warn you!
2014 WWII WEEKEND SPECIAL GUESTS ROSTER POSTED
The highlight of every World War II Weekend is our roster of Special Guest WWII Veterans. As they do each year, many of these veterans will speak at our various show speaker venues, relating their first hand experiences during the war. This is real "living history", told by the men and women who lived it. We have thirty-one guests currently scheduled to attend, and hope to be adding more as the months leading up to D-Day, 2014 pass. Click on the Special Guests bomb link, and remember to refresh your browser to see the latest additions.
B-24 LIBERATOR "DIAMOND LIL" FLIGHTS NOW ON SALE
The Commemorative Air Force is now taking reservations for flight experiences aboard their ultra-rare Consolidated B-24 Liberator. The CAF is taking reservations on their website and you will save $24 off the price at the show - providing they are not all sold out, that is. So don't wait too long.
PLEASE NOTE: All schedules and reservations are being handled directly by the CAF, so please do not call the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum with B-24 related questions. All the information we have is already posted on the Warbirds Ride page.
2014 -24th ANNUAL WWII WEEKEND ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE , NOW!
The time to order your discounted advance tickets for this year's big show and save some cash has arrived! No price increase, and you will save $2 on single day adult and children's' tickets, and a whopping $8 on the 3-Day Pass, your best bargain! Here's the timetable:
On-line Ticket Sales are open now!
Mail-Order and Telephone Ticket Sales will begin on January 31st.
Walk-In sales at the Museum Office will commence on March 31st
Walk-in Ticket Sales at Redner's Markets and Boscovs will begin after
Don't wait until the last minute to order to reduce the possibility of tickets getting delayed in the mail. Please see all the details and conditions on the WWII Weekend Show Ticket Page.
WEEKEND AIRSHOW PAGE POSTED
A preliminary list of this year's Airshow Performers for the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Air Museum World War II Weekend has been posted. As usual, we have an exciting mix of WWII aircraft on both flying and static display, some of which you can tour, and at least nine of which you can fly aboard! Please hit the Airshow Roster bomb link to see who's confirmed , so far.
Flight schedules and prices will be posted when they are made available by the operators, so check back occasionally.
WWII WEEKEND ON FACEBOOK
The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum is on Facebook! Please check it out and become a fan, then invite all your friends to do the same. You are welcome to post your own WWII Weekend comments, photos, and videos on the page. Pass it on, buddy!
HERE ARE THE DATES FOR FUTURE WWII WEEKEND SHOWS
In case you like to plan long-range, MAAM's WWII Weekend is always held the first full weekend (including Friday) in June.
June 6-7-8, 2014; June 5-6-7, 2015; June 3-4-5, 2016; June 2-3-4, 2017; June 1-2-3, 2018; June 7-8-9, 2019; June 5-6-7, 2020
World War II Weekend is produced by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
Photos and images displayed on this website are meant to portray the “flavor” of the history of WWII and the historical accents and events surrounding that conflict and in no way represent or depict any specific beliefs or messages on behalf of the Mid Atlantic Air Museum.