Olympic Flight Museum**
|Location||7637-A Old Highway 99 SE, Olympia, WA 98501|
The Olympic Flight Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and flying of vintage aircraft. The Olympic Flight Museum was established in 1998 at the Olympia Regional Airport in Olympia, Washington.
Olympic Flight Museum is an aviation museum at the Olympia Airport in Olympia, Washington, USA. The museum has more than 20 vintage planes and helicopters on display, most of which are in airworthy condition. Children can climb in such as the mobile Huey and T-28 Trojan. There is a scale model airplane display. See up close an airworthy and pristine P-51 Mustang, a replica A6M Zero, T-6 Texan World War II trainer, and several helicopters including a HH-43 Huskie and an OH-6 Cayuse (Loach).
The AD-1 Skyraider and TBM Avenger have been sold. The FG1D Corsair is presently in restoration with a tentative return in 2013.
The museum also hosts the annual Olympic Air Show, featuring a world-class selection of heritage and current military aircraft demonstrations. The event is one of the top five community events in the South Sound region.
From I-5, take exit 101 Tumwater Blvd (originally Airdustrial Way SW) - Head East on Tumwater Blvd -Follow Tumwater Blvd to the 2nd stop light (corner of Tumwater Blvd and Capital Way) - Turn Right on Capital Way and the road name will change to Old Highway 99 SE - Follow Old Highway 99 SE to the first stop light at Henderson Blvd - Turn Right onto Henderson Blvd (towards the airport) - The museum is on the Right