A complete list of Airplane Museums in Rhode Island

Rhode Island  Airplane Museums.

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A List of Airplane Museums in Rhode Island.

Rhode Island has some great airplane museums.  Rhode Island is nicknamed the Ocean State.  The population of Rhode Island is 1,006,000 people, number 43 out of the 50 states, its capital is Providence and its largest city is also providence.  The land area of Rhode Island is 1,045 square miles, number 50 of the 50 states, and its highest point is Jerimoth Hill which is 812 feet.

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The last updates on the museum listings were added 18 Jan 2011
Due to legal changes in Illinois, I will not be updating this list until further notice.
These museums change their information and locations very often.
Please try to contact the museum before you try to visit it, it may not be there anymore.



Located at the former Quonset Point Naval Air Station.  Planned 
location for the home of the now retired USS SARATOGA (CV-60)

Aviation Museum: Quonset Air Museum - Quonset Air Museum 
488 Eccelston Ave.
North Kingston, Rhode Island 02852 

Information thanks to William E. Stevens
Update thanks to Pat Curry
17 Aircraft


Memoirs of the Korean War.  Captain Peterson shows pictures and talks about the experience that he had after fighting in both World War 2 and the Korean War.  He flew the F4U Corsair in both of these wars.
A pictorial view by Captain Bernard W. Peterson
Exhibit Added 9-Dec-2000
Captain Bernard W. Peterson USMC


Last spring the North Pole temperature was only -25 degrees F. 
 We flew an ultralight, 6 balloon pilots logged their North Pole flights,
We had five jumpers who entered their jumps in their logbooks,
there was a man in a wheelchair who made it to the pole,
We had several helicopters, a home built airplane, a jet 
and an An-2 Biplane there.  Everyone got to visit Star City (Russia's NASA)
the Kremlin Armory, and Red Square.  The Expedition members flew in 
Russian Military aircraft including the An-24, An-74, and the Mi-8.  They also
visited Khatanga and saw the Woolly Mammoth Digs, and Shrednii Island's
Russian, formerly secret, ICBM base and more. The trip was inexpensive 
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