Photo Opp ~ The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a living museum in Red Hook, New York. It has preserved over 60 vintage aircraft of the Pioneer Era, World War I and the Golden Age of Aviation between the World Wars, and multiple examples of roadworthy antique automobiles. Cole Palen founded the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in 1958 with a handful of airplanes and a dream. He built it into a world-renowned destination as America’s first flying museum of antique aircraft. Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum’s mission is preserving, restoring and flying the aircraft of the Pioneer, WWI, and Golden Ages of Aviation. A classic small-town airport setting with a grass runway has a feel of a WWI Aerodrome in France. Their static display Museum is open from May through October and they fly two different airshows each Saturday and Sunday, Mid-June through Mid-October.
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