Located in Mosier, Oregon


The Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, also known as WAAAM, is a great place to stop by while visiting Oregon. It has one of the largest collections of still-flying antique aeroplanes and still-driving antique automobiles in the country! There are cars, airplanes, motorcycles, military vehicles, and more to see! WAAAM is open from 9 am to 5 pm and costs $17 for adults and $8 for children. The second Saturday of the month is a great time to visit WAAAM because they fly and drive the antiques and show how it is done! WAAAM is a fun way to step back in time and have a unique experience enjoying these gems of the past. There is a gift shop, bathroom, snack, and lounge area. There is also a play area for kids, as well as meeting areas for adults for planned get-togethers. Picnics can be held here as you enjoy a day here.

WAAAM hosts events throughout the year that are great events to attend! As mentioned above, the second Saturday of the month is a special day. They also have a Hood-River Annual Fly-In where there are hundreds of awesome planes as well as pilots to talk to and ask questions to learn more. The Traffic Car Jam Show is also another great time to get a good look at old cars of different makes and models. There is also an aviation camp for kids ages 9-12 during the month of July! It is a great way for kids to learn about aviation and to make new friends.

The goal of WAAAM is to be a safe place to house these antique aircraft and automobiles, as well as to show them off! 

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