Oakland Aviation Musuem Coupons and Deals
The history of aviation is full of singular achievements that changed the course of history, such as the day Wilbur Wright figured out how to grill steaks on the engine of his biplane. Learn more about great aviators with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $10 for two adult admission tickets (a $20 value) $20 for four adult admission tickets (a $40 value) $30 for a one-year family membership for up to five (a $60 value) Membership perks include discounts at the gift shop, a subscription to the quarterly newsletter, and a free tour of the Solent III flying boat ...
50% off Oakland Aviation Museum Open Cockpit Days! Sit in a Korean War MiG-15 and feel what it would have been like to fly for the “other side” in America’s first war of the Jet Age. Get a glimpse of the training involved for Naval Flight Officers in the 1970s in our Navy A-6 simulator trailer. Image yourself taking off and landing on a carrier deck in the Navy A-3 Sky Warrior. Open Cockpit Days are also your chance to tour the Solent Flying Boat from the movie “Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark”. A food vendor and eating area will also be set up so you can spend the day and have lunch. Our Open Cockpit Day schedule for 2012 is: June 17 – 12:00pm to 4:00pm (Father’s Day) August 12 – 12:00pm to 4:00pm September 23 – 12:00pm to 4:00pm
With summer break on the horizon, you're looking for family activities to send spirits sky-high. Today's deal from the Oakland Aviation Museum will take you airborne: Land a one-year family membership for $30 (regularly $60). You and up to six copilots from your immediate family will receive admission to the largest and most comprehensive collection of historic planes anywhere in the area. From a replica of an early Wright brothers aircraft to the F14A Tomcat of Top Gun fame, there's a flying machine for fans of every era. Would-be aces of all ages can also drop by the museum store for a 10% discount, peruse the newsletter Chatter on the Flightline, or enjoy a Solent tour. Shake your tail-feather and fasten this deal before the captain turns off the "savings" sign. Want more? Check out the Oakland Aviation Museum on Facebook.