What can I say, I love aviation. I have always been one of those people who stop mid-sentence to scan the sky looking for an airplane I just heard. I stop at any aviation museum I can, even if it’s a one room collection of models of a FBO. I get lost in Wikipedia for hours reading on various aircraft, linking from one to the next to the next. I drag friends from all over the country to EAA AirVenture to hope that they get what I have. I am an aviation addict, I have the bug, and I don’t want to get over it.
What Aeroseums will be in its heart is a listing of aviation/space museums. But it is more then that, while there are other listings we strive to be more. We want to show you why you should go to these museums, what you should expect to see there, and if you can fly in as well. We want to provide you with the information to stay connected with your favorite museum and learn what is going on there, what you should see if you only have an hour, and what visitor’s personal hidden gems are, and provide a way to pass on the wealth of information that is out there.
Aeroseums is my little effort, with the help of you the aviation community, to get you hooked, or if you already are feed your addiction. Our first step, this blog, the rest of the site will be rolled out in due time.