In the early 1960s, a group of California enthusiasts decided to work together in an effort to preserve as many of the old antique airplanes and artifacts that represent California's rich and colorful aviation history.
Proceeds from the Annual West Coast Fly-In at Watsonville for more than 30 years have gone to support and build the California Antique Aircract Museum in San Martin.
The well developed plans for an active, flying aircraft museum enable these antique planes to be enjoyed for years to come.
You can take advantage of a full value tax deduction by donating your corporate or private aircraft. California Antique Aircraft Museum is a non-profit, educational corporation authorized by the federal government. By donating your aircraft, you will be helping to keep these beautiful aircraft from our past flying.
The museum is open Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.