Every year the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum opens its doors to school groups for field trips with an array of programs designed to meet educator objectives.

All programs at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum are free of charge.  To request a tour of the museum for your students please fill out the form below or call us at 858-693-1723.  We look forward to welcoming you and your students to the museum!

If you have any questions, please contact us at education@flyingleathernecks.org or call 858-693-1723.

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Phone: 858-693-1723
Email: flhf@flyingleathernecks.org
4203 Anderson Avenue
San Diego, CA 92145
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 45316
San Diego, CA 92145-0316

Reviews From Our Educational Programs At The Museum

I teach at an online school and each year I host a field trip here. The docents are awesome. They have so many stories and knowledge to share with the students. Each plane is unique and we even got to go inside one of the helicopters. As a history teacher, this is a perfect field trip for all ages. Inside, there is a museum to meander through. It's free too!
Jenny W. on YELP

Jenny W

Marine Corps aviation history, the artifacts on display at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum and most importantly, the volunteers, greatly enhance our efforts to promote character traits including integrity, courage, perseverance and patriotism in schools and in the community.
Edward DeRoche, Ph.D
Director of the Character Education Resource Center
University of San Diego

Edward DeRoche, Ph.D

The field trip to the museum was an amazing experience for my students. They were able to have a clear look at how values like responsibility, honor, respect, perseverance, and a strong work ethic translated into lifelong success. They also received the message that they would not have to wait long for the transformation, but that it would begin to manifest itself in their schooling. For many students, with the "real life" consequence of practicing those values so readily apparent, they finally understood what their schools had not been able to convey.

City Heights Middle School Teacher

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4203 Anderson Avenue
San Diego, CA 92145
P.O. Box 45316
San Diego, CA 92145-0316