The North Bay Air Museum is dedicated to preserving WWII aircraft for generations to come. We strive to honor those who gave so much to our country while educating the public about aviation history.
Inspiring younger generations to build an interest in flight, engineering and science through the preservation of American aviation history is at the core of our mission. By showcasing and offering flights in these historical WWII planes we hope to provide a rare opportunity to the community in Sonoma and beyond.
Our beautifully restored aircraft allow us to share the WWII flight experience with anyone from 8 years of age to 102 (our oldest passenger)! If you are a WWII Veteran, the flight is on us.
Currently on loan to the museum, and available for flights, are a Curtiss P40 Kittyhawk, and a North American P51 Mustang. In addition, we feature a number of display aircraft that highlight the beauty of aeronautical engineering throughout the decades.
NBAM is a 501c3 non-profit organization that does not receive any local, state or federal government funds. Please consider joining our museum, as membership funds enable the Museum to further its mission. Your generous donations help NBAM achieve its goal of allowing you not only a peek into the past, but an actual flight into history.
From the Director, to the Pilots, the Ground Crew, and Docents, all NBAM staff are uncompensated volunteers.