Plan Your Visit

Our 2017 Season

  • Museum open daily, May 1 – October 31, 10 AM – 5 PM
  • Airshows are Saturday (History of Flight) and Sunday (WWI), June 10 & 11 – October 21 & 22. We have many special events­–please check the Events Page and the Calendar.
  • Biplane Rides before and after airshows and by reservation on weekdays.

How to Find Us

We are in the middle of the historic Hudson Valley, minutes off either the Taconic Parkway or the NYS Thruway.  Our GPS address is: Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, 9 Norton Road, Red Hook, NY  12571.  Fly-ins are by permission only.  The field is challenging – call ahead to speak to our Chief Pilot at 845-752-3200 for a briefing and authorization.

2017 Airshow Admission

Children (5 and under)FREE
Youth (6-17)$12
Adults (18-64)$25
Military (active or retired with military ID)$20
Seniors (65 and over)$20

2017 Weekday Admission

Children (5 and under)FREE
Youth (6-17)$8
Adults (18-64)$12
Military (active or retired with military ID)$8
Seniors (65 and over)$8

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Group rates are available for parties of more than 15 by calling 845-752-3200. We are a great place for your birthday party, office outing or service club activity.

What to Expect

We are a living, working airfield and Museum operating in an authentic setting. Bring your camera–there is no other aviation Museum quite like the Aerodrome. Weekdays there is no scheduled flying but you may see test flights and our mechanics doing maintenance.  And, we’re always happy to talk with you.  On airshow weekends activity starts at around 10 AM with shows starting at 2 PM lasting until around 4 PM.  Benches are provided for viewing the shows, our climate controlled Visitor Center and Gift Shop is open, as is the snack stand and picnic area.  Family friendly restroom facilities are available with changing tables.

Convenient free parking with the Museum buildings housing the static display collection adjacent and the airfield with the flying collection across the street.

The Aerodrome snack stand, open on weekends, serves delicious hamburgers, cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, salmon burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, Philly cheese steak sandwiches, meatball heroes, French fries, soda, bottled water, coffee, ice cream, cotton candy, hot pretzels and more. The stand does not accept credit cards or checks.

We’re in a Unique and Historic Area.

You can spend days exploring our Valley.  The best way to plan your extended visit is through the wonderful folks at Dutchess Tourism. You’ll find all the attractions, lodging and dining options at their website.

Great Places to Stay

B&B and Inns

Campgrounds

Hotels and Motels

Fine Food and Drink

Brew Pubs

Wineries

Restaurants

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