Dallas: Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field

During the Great War, Dallas became a hotbed of military aviation and training. The Army built Love Field as a base for flight training. After the base opened in October 1917, one of the most common planes pilots used to train was the Curtiss JN-4 - nicknamed the “Jenny”. A majority of the U.S. pilots sent to combat in Europe were trained aboard this type of aircraft.

Today you can visit the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field, and see a beautifully restored Curtiss Jenny that was actually shipped to Love Field and used here in 1918. The museum features an extensive collection of aviation history, with an emphasis on the important role of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field

  • Hours: Friday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m.
  • Admission: Adults: $10, Seniors (65+): $8, Youth/Students (3-17): $7
  • 6911 Lemmon Ave., Dallas, TX
  • 214-350-3600
  • Visit Website