The Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum is located at the Creve Coeur Airport. The museum features antique, classic and sport aircraft and usually there are 50 to 60 flying machines on display which is one of the largest collection in the county. Some of of the planes that are on exhibit is the "Timm Collegiate" which was flown by Charles Lindbergh, an original "Cub", and the first "Curtiss Air Sedan" which was made here in St Louis. An admission fee for the museum is charged and there is a Gift Shop is located in the airport terminal. Open cockpit rides in biplanes can also be arranged.
The Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum
3127 Creve Coeur Mill Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63146