The Museum of Flight & Aerial Firefighting was founded in 1987, incorporated in 1992, and has acquired through lease from the South Big Horn County Airport, the land north of the WYDOT rest area for the long-term site of our museum. In a partnership with the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce, the museum operates from the facility located behind the rest area, while applying for grants and seeking donations to enable a permanent building to be erected for indoor displays and for the purchase of, or transport costs for, other World War II and firefighting aircraft.
Visitors originate from all over the world and all parts of the US to see the famous aircraft in Greybull. The Museum of Flight & Aerial Firefighting invites you to come and experience an unforgettable day of aviation history.
9:00am – 5:00pm (Monday-Friday)
9:00am — 5:00pm (Saturday)
*The museum is closed from mid-October to mid-May.