The Air and Auto Museum will be home to military, civilian, and commercial aircraft exhibits spanning the history of flight from the Wright Brothers in 1903 to the jets produced in the Piedmont region in 2012. The museum will house a wide variety of antique and exotic cars as well. In fact, many local car enthusiasts and collectors have already expressed an interest in loaning and or donating autos for the museum.
Phase I Video
If you are interested in supporting the preservation of aviation and automotive history and teaching our next generation the hands-on skills they will need to compete in the global economy, then please consider making a donation to the Carolina Air and Auto Center. There will be several naming opportunities available to individuals and businesses soon. Check the current naming opportunities.
Summer Program at the Air & Auto Center! Tuition is $140 and due with the application.
The first 14 paid applicants will fill this summer’s class registration. Class size is limited to 14 students.
WS Air Show Exhibit
See the drawings of the Carolina Air and Auto Center display and education area at the 2012 Winston-Salem Air Show exhibit.
The award winning architects of CJMW Architecture have already donated a great deal of time and energy in helping to move the Carolina Air and Auto Center forward.