One Of The Most Haunted Museums In Kansas, The Kansas Aviation Museum, Has Been Around Since 1935

Since 1929, Wichita has been known as the air capital of the world, a monicker given by the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce due to the city’s large number of aviation companies that called it home. In 1935, the city’s first air terminal was dedicated and, for a time, was one of the busiest municipal airports in the country. Now an aviation museum, both employees and guests have reported mysterious phenomena and ghostly sightings, none of which can be explained.

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Have you been to the Kansas Aviation Museum? If so, did you experience anything out of the ordinary? Please tell us all about it in the comments!

To learn more about this interesting yet haunted museum and to plan your visit, go to the KAM’s website or Facebook page.

Address: S George Washington Blvd, Wichita, KS 67211, USA