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Skagit Regional Airport Attractions

Founded in 1996 by Apollo 8 astronaut Maj. General William Anders, the Heritage Flight Museum is a non-profit, 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and flying of historic military aircraft. Visitors are welcome to get an up-close look at the collection of memorabilia and artifacts, and a selection of flying World War II, Korean and Vietnam era aircraft, including the P-51 Mustang “Val-Halla” and the A-1 Skyraider “The Proud American.”

As of February 2015, the Museum is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., no appointment necessary. Visitors wishing to tour the collection Monday through Thursday can schedule in advance. Until the museum has installed a facility-wide fire suppression system, a maximum of 30 visitors is allowed in the hangars at one time. Larger events and groups require special permitting.

 The Heritage Flight Museum is located on the Runway 04-22 flightline at 15053 Crosswind Drive. Phone 360-424-5151 or visit on the web at


Flyers Restaurant & Brewhouse – Flyers Restaurant & Brewhouse is now open!

15426-B Airport Drive

A two-story restaurant building is located on the Runway 11-29 flight line, offering great views of the airfield from both floors.  For information, call the restaurant at  360-899-1025 or visit