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The Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum in Teterboro New Jersey is dedicated to preserving and teaching the history of flight in New Jersey. The NJAHOF is a fun Museum to visit on a rainy day. Adults and Children alike will enjoy this day trip.

Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum (NJAHOF)


Avation Hall of Fame New Jersey
Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum (NJAHOF)
400 Fred Wehran Drive
Teterboro, New Jersey 07608

Founded in 1972 by Pat Reilly, the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to preserving and teaching the history of flight in New Jersey. This facility is packed to the rafters with air and space equipment as well as artifacts, models, photographs and art prints. There is also a library filled with 5,000 books and hundreds of videotapes. 

After entering the building, visitors are escorted into a small auditorium to view an interesting video highlighting New Jerseyans who played a part in the state's aviation and aeronautic history. From there, a tour guide points out many of the exhibits in the museum's Great Room. Some examples are the cracked nose cone from the Spirit of St. Louis a model of the Hindenburg airship, which was destroyed by fire in 1937, and a Bell XI rocket similar to the one used by Chuck Yeager to break the sound barrier in 1947. One of the hands on attractions is the Little Cutup a small aircraft that children can board. 

The AHOF inductees gallery, itself, is quite impressive. In this very special room are 139 bronze plaques honoring those whose aeronautical achievements have brought honor and fame to New Jersey.

On the second floor is a celebration of women pilots, as well as an example of a flight attendant's uniform from days gone by.  A glass case is filled with awards and memorabilia that belonged to Arthur Godfrey, a radio and television personality who also happened to be a pilot.  Visitors can learn all about ?arnstorming and find out which of New Jersey's famous aviators got their start this way.

Helicopter Mash Unit Aviation hall of Fame and Museum NJ
In the backyard of the museum is a M.A.S.H. (mobile army surgical hospital) exhibit, complete with mess tent, trucks, and a Bell 47 helicopter, as was used in the Korean war. While outside, you can walk onboard a Martin 202 aircraft from the 1950's. Children and adults can learn a lot in this hands on display. 

The exhibits listed here are just a small portion of what can be seen at this facility. All in all, a visit to the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum is a great way to learn about the history of aviation in New Jersey, and a fun way as well!

Charles Lindberg Memorabilia Aviation hall of fame and museum NJ

Cobra Gunship Helicopter Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum

Special events that you can sign up for include a fare to Fly 4 hour program for 8 to 15-year-olds which teaches the basics of aerodynamic theory, includes a museum tour, and also allow the students to design and build their own glider planes, and be part of a competition. 

Civic or camp groups are welcome to hold their event at the facility and birthday parties held here are fun and informative. Call for information at 201-288-6344.

More Pictures of the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum

Helicopter & Parachutist

Lindbergh Photo

Little Cutup






Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum (NJAHOF) Official Website
400 Fred Wehran Drive
Teterboro, New Jersey 07608

This facility is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Adults:                                       $7
Children (under 12) and Seniors:  $5

Groups of 10 or more:
Adults:                                       $6
Children (under 12) and Seniors:  $4

(NJAHOF Members:  Always Free)

The museum is located on the east side of Teterboro Airport, past the control tower.

Article and Photos by Kim Reilly



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