Visiting the American Air Museum
The American Air Museum tells the story of two nations united through war, loss, love and duty, from the First World War to the present day. Engage with fascinating interactives telling the unique and inspirational stories of 85 men and women whose lives have been shaped by war.
American Air Museum in Britain Charity
The American Air Museum in Britain is a registered tax-exempt nonprofit organization in the United States. It supports the conservation and research work of the museum located in the UK, and this website.
Lend your support by making a donation today
Membership is of the AAMB Charity is restricted to residents of the United States. Members receive the quarterly newsletter and other benefits.
To become a member, please contact our Membership Coordinator.
Using the AAM Website
The AAM Website is crowd-sourced. It is a work-in-progress, not a finished product.You can browse and search the site to see the information and photographs that we have already added. However, we hope that you will do more than this.
You can find out how you can contribute to our website on the Help page, as well as a few tips and suggestions of how to do this.
Events and Air shows
Find out more about what you can see and do at Duxford, including our world famous air shows
Groups, Schools and Tours
Find out more about booking a group visit
Find out more about visiting the American Air Museum for a learning session
Whether it's just for you, your family or a private group, find out more about the Museum with our range of tours.
Media Sales and Licensing
Many of the photos on the AAM website come from IWM's Image collection, and are available to purchase and license for use in commercial projects and products.
If you would like to use content added by users of the AAM website for commercial projects and products you will need to seek a license from the copyright holder.
Offer material to the collection
Donated objects are recorded, preserved and cared for to the highest standards. However, this comes at a high cost, forcing us to be selective about what we can now accept into our keeping.
Any new donations accepted into our care must represent a meaningful addition to the collection, providing insights into the human experience of war and conflict and the impact it has had on people’s lives.
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