Houston's 1940 Air Terminal Museum Showcases Civil Aviation History

Updated on April 30, 2018
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I live in Houston, and I have worked as a nurse. My interests include art, traveling, reading, gardening, cooking, and our wonderful pets.

1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston, Texas
1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston, Texas | Source

Preservation of Civil Aviation History

The 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Hobby Airport in Houston is a must-see venue for people interested in civil aviation history. This facility was the first Houston municipal airport terminal to welcome people from around the world.

The modernist Art Deco style of the building is another reason to pay a visit. Joseph Finger designed this building, as well as others in Houston. His works were noted for their distinctive Art Deco architectural styles. Our City Hall in downtown Houston is one example.

The 1940 Air Terminal Museum stands in testament to the glamorous days of early flight. People traveling by air used to dress up in their finest clothing. Stewardesses used to serve meals on china plates to the passengers. There is a nice example of some of the uniforms worn by stewardesses in bygone days. Of course, people serving in that capacity are now called flight attendants.

When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.

— Leonardo da Vinci
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Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston | Source
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston | Source
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston | Source
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston
Flight Uniforms on display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum in Houston | Source
Flight uniforms & other displays at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Flight uniforms & other displays at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source

Below is a video showing the terminal before the Houston Aeronautical Heritage Society decided to take on a massive restoration project of this historic building.

Before my husband and I even entered this museum we took a look at the airplanes parked outside. A little Cessna 310 was parked nearest the building with a Hawker Siddeley HS-125 business jet in the forefront of this photo shown below.

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Airplanes parked in front of 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Airplanes parked in front of 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Hawker Siddeley HS-125 business jet
Hawker Siddeley HS-125 business jet | Source
1940 Air Terminal exterior
1940 Air Terminal exterior | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum detailing on front of building
1940 Air Terminal Museum detailing on front of building | Source

Every third Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm, aficionados of older aircraft and classic cars like attending the Wings and Wheels event. Aircraft tours are given as well as museum tours all for one ticket price. Food is available on site. Click on the highlighted link of Wings and Wheels to learn more.

Below is a video of one such weekend.

Interior of Museum

Beautiful marble flooring is immediately seen when entering the doors into the open spaced atrium of this multi storied building. My photos show different angles taken of this same atrium lobby. Notice the Art Deco chandelier hanging from the ceiling above. It is original to the building.

At the present time all of the displays are located on the first floor. Upper floor restorations will take place as monies are raised for multiple purposes.

Braniff and Eastern Airlines were the first two major airliners based at this terminal.

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Beautiful marble flooring in this 1940 Air Terminal MuseumLobby looking towards check in baggage area of 1940 Air Terminal Museum1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby1940 Air Terminal Museum LobbyBraniff Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal MuseumEastern Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal MuseumGift shop was once a cafe location at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Beautiful marble flooring in this 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Beautiful marble flooring in this 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Lobby looking towards check in baggage area of 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Lobby looking towards check in baggage area of 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby
1940 Air Terminal Museum Lobby | Source
Braniff Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Braniff Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Eastern Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Eastern Airlines lobby luggage check-in area at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Gift shop was once a cafe location at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Gift shop was once a cafe location at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source

One such example of how fund raising can help the museum is demonstrated in the video below.

Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes—famed aviator and entrepreneur—had his own hangar at Hobby Airport. There are many photos of him and his airplanes as a part of the extensive memorabilia inside this museum.

An interesting letter signed by Howard Hughes to Cordell Hull who was Secretary of State back in 1939 was on display. He was thanking the state department personnel for the planned sub-stratosphere flight from New York to Paris upon which he would have flown. It never happened because of the “international situation” which prevented it at the time.

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Howard Hughes photo in 1940 Air Terminal MuseumInterior view of Howard Hughes’ Boing 307 Airplane
Howard Hughes photo in 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Howard Hughes photo in 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Interior view of Howard Hughes’ Boing 307 Airplane
Interior view of Howard Hughes’ Boing 307 Airplane | Source

There is so much of history on display inside this 1940 Air Terminal Museum. In the first photo below, an agent is standing behind the Eastern Airlines counter waiting to check in passengers and baggage. Humphrey Bogart is seated on the left waiting for his flight.

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1940 Air Terminal Museum photo with Humphrey Bogart
1940 Air Terminal Museum photo with Humphrey Bogart | Source
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1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo
1940 Air Terminal Museum Photo | Source

You haven’t seen a tree until you’ve seen its shadow from the sky

— Amelia Earhart

This quote, in addition to the earlier one by Da Vinci, were on display inside the museum. There are multiple rooms on the first floor of this museum. Numerous display cases hold many items of interest.

What is now called Hobby Airport first originated in 1927. It was a general aviation airport called W.T. Carter Field and was privately owned. The City of Houston acquired it in 1937 and renamed it Houston Municipal Airport. For a brief period of time, it was renamed Howard R. Hughes Airport but that did not last long. According to federal regulations at that time, an airport could not be named after a living person. It reverted back to Houston Municipal Airport.

1954 was the year Houston International Airport became the new name.

In 1967 3 years after the death of William P. Hobby who was the 27th governor for the State of Texas, the airport was renamed Hobby Airport. It still bears that name today. Obviously, that federal rule has been changed as our major airport on the north side of Houston is named the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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1940 Air Terminal Museum Display
1940 Air Terminal Museum Display | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum display cases
1940 Air Terminal Museum display cases | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Display Case
1940 Air Terminal Museum Display Case | Source
Vintage equipment on display inside 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Vintage equipment on display inside 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
Vintage 1940s & 1950s luggage at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Vintage 1940s & 1950s luggage at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source

In earlier days of flight passengers were pampered. Playing cards were distributed free of charge and just about every airline had their brand emblazoned upon the cards which became souvenirs. According to information posted over 3,000 designs given out by more than 438 airlines are in existence.

After airline deregulation took place in 1978 and due to subsequent cost cutting, airline playing cards are now a rarity.

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Display of playing cards distributed by different airlines at 1940 Air Terminal Museum1940 Air Terminal Museum Memorabilia
Display of playing cards distributed by different airlines at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Display of playing cards distributed by different airlines at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Memorabilia
1940 Air Terminal Museum Memorabilia | Source

Window Coverings Inside Museum

Translucent window coverings for many of the windows on the first floor of this air terminal museum have images imprinted from the past. The image with the vintage sofa and dressing table is in the women’s restroom.

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Translucent photo window coverings at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Translucent photo window coverings at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum window coverings
1940 Air Terminal Museum window coverings | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum window coverings
1940 Air Terminal Museum window coverings | Source

Nearby Hangar Museum Exhibit

When enough people had come to the museum we were gathered as a group and invited to go to a nearby hangar where airplanes and more items related to bygone days of aviation are kept. It was interesting looking at the various displays.

Many of the volunteers working at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum are also pilots. Therefore they seem to delight in answering people’s questions when touring this facility.

There is even an old flight simulator on display inside of this hangar. The two people pictured in the cockpit were not only visitors but are also pilots.

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1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar1958 Silorsky S-58 N887 St. Louis Helicopter at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarAero engine auxiliary unit display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarAviation weather & aircraft traffic control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarExterior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarInterior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarAviation, Weather & Aircraft Traffic Control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarGround Signal Beacon at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
1958 Silorsky S-58 N887 St. Louis Helicopter at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1958 Silorsky S-58 N887 St. Louis Helicopter at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Aero engine auxiliary unit display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Aero engine auxiliary unit display at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Aviation weather & aircraft traffic control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Aviation weather & aircraft traffic control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Exterior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Exterior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Interior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Interior of flight simulator at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Aviation, Weather & Aircraft Traffic Control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Aviation, Weather & Aircraft Traffic Control machinery at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Ground Signal Beacon at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Ground Signal Beacon at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source

Farman Biplane and Replica

This is what was posted regarding the Henry Farman biplane including the 5/12 scale replica of the biplane pictured below.

“The Farman III, also known as the Henry Farman 1909 biplane, was an early French aircraft designed and built by Henry Farman in 1909.”

“This replica of Louis Paulham’s Farman biplane was generously donated by the South Houston Chamber of Commerce. The model, frequently on display at South Houston events, replicates the aircraft flown by Paulham on February 18, 1910. This occurred two weeks before a military flight at Fort Sam Houston, making it the first flight of a heavier-than-air flying machine in Texas. The South Houston flight was part of a land development promotion sponsored by the Western Land Corporation and the Houston Post. Promoters arranged special trains from downtown Houston, Galveston and Hudson to the 100 by 500 foot field just outside of town near Spencer Highway. Tickets were $1.25 and included the train trip. On the first day of flight, February 18, 1910, some 2,500 people witnessed the event. The following day, between 4,000 and 6,000 people wondered at the new technology called flight. His flights lasted between 10 and 15 minutes each. For this Paulham was paid $20,000.00.”

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Henry Farman 1909 Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum HangarBack view of Farman Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Henry Farman 1909 Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
Henry Farman 1909 Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source
Back view of Farman Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Back view of Farman Biplane at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source

Annual Raffle Plane

Each year an airplane is raffled off which is a major fundraiser for the museum. 2,500 tickets are sold at $50.00 each. At their July Wings & Wheels event the winner’s name is drawn from among the entries. Volunteer pilots fly this airplane and keep it in good operating order. This Piper Cherokee 1964 airplane was the one being auctioned off at the time of our visit to the museum.

1964 Piper Cherokee 180 (foreground) being auctioned off at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar
1964 Piper Cherokee 180 (foreground) being auctioned off at 1940 Air Terminal Museum Hangar | Source

Event Venue

Private events can be held in the hangar as well as the atrium lobby and theater in the 1940 Air Terminal Museum. Prices range from $600 up to $7,500 depending upon the space selected.

Watching the video below you now know that wedding guests could be wowed by the arrival of a bride and groom via this Cessna Bobcat airplane to the museum.

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Special event captured on screen in theater at 1940 Air Terminal Museum1940 Air Terminal Museum Theater
Special event captured on screen in theater at 1940 Air Terminal Museum
Special event captured on screen in theater at 1940 Air Terminal Museum | Source
1940 Air Terminal Museum Theater
1940 Air Terminal Museum Theater | Source

As you can undoubtedly tell from my photos there is much to do and see at this museum. They have film nights, concerts and even dances here among other things. You can always keep up to date on their special offerings by checking their website.

They have some wonderful offerings in their gift shop ranging from t-shirts to model airplanes and more.

Would you believe that the admission charge for adults is only $5.00! Children under 12 are admitted for $2.00. That is quite a bargain! The charity organization operating and restoring this museum is definitely worth supporting. They are grateful for volunteers and always need more.

See a slideshow of the museum from 1940 to 2009 below.

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      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi C E Clark,

        So glad you liked reading this. I also enjoyed viewing the uniforms that flight attendants used to wear. There were even more on display than the ones featured in this article. The museum is truly an interesting place to visit.

        We are having similar temperatures down here. Many more hot months are ahead of us!

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        C E Clark 

        2 months ago from North Texas

        You always make these places look and sound so interesting! I found the photos of the uniforms from the 40s especially interesting. Tourist season is upon us and this really does sound like an interesting place to visit.

        We have had low/mid 90s here for the last few days and the forecast looks like the heat and humidity are here to stay -- at least until it gets even hotter! Stay well, and take care.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Linda,

        Glad to know that you enjoyed my photos. Winning an airplane in a raffle is certainly exciting for pilots or those who intend to become a pilot.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Robert,

        With your interest in airplanes I thought that you would like a virtual tour of this interesting Houston museum going back to earlier days of flight.

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        Linda Crampton 

        2 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

        This is an interesting article with some great photos. A raffle with an airplane as the prize sounds very enticing! Thanks for the virtual tour, Peggy.

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        Robert Sacchi 

        2 months ago

        This is an excellent article about this museum that highlights civil aviation from its earliest days. Thank you for posting.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Mary,

        Air travel has certainly changed a great deal from what it used to be like in the past. That is an understatement! I am glad that you liked my photos.

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        Mary Wickison 

        2 months ago from Brazil

        I'd love to visit this one day. Air travel has changed so much and it's fun looking back at how it was.

        I think there would be something for everyone to enjoy there. Wonderful images.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Bill,

        Good museums showcasing history are most often worth a visit and this one I found to be fascinating. Thanks for your comment.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Frank,

        So happy to hear that you enjoyed this look at this historical museum in Houston. This is but a fraction of what you would see if you ever get to visit the 1940 Air Terminal Museum.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Rochelle,

        Your nephew sounds like an interesting fellow! That is a beautiful painting of his particularly with the colorful sky. He did a great rendering of the 1940 Air Terminal Museum.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi FlourishAnyway,

        Some lucky person wins an airplane every year at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum here in Houston for the price of a ticket. That is a great fundraiser each year.

      • Peggy W profile imageAUTHOR

        Peggy Woods 

        2 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Mary,

        If you return to Houston this is one of many museum visits you might wish to make. Our city has many interesting ones! Thanks for your comment.

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        Bill Holland 

        2 months ago from Olympia, WA

        I'm not much for tourist attractions, but this one I would go to. I love history in all shapes. Thanks for the quick tour!

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        Frank Atanacio 

        2 months ago from Shelton

        wow, this was fun.. the photos were awesome.. the impact that this historical piece offers is mind boggling.. that weather aircraft traffic and control machine..how did we do it? Would love to see this museum in real time.. but you offered a perfect preview through this hub

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        Rochelle Frank 

        2 months ago from California Gold Country

        http://www.1940airterminal.org/history/galleries/h.../galleries/historical/PostcardsAndPaintings.

        This site shows a painting of his top right, Jonathan Frank.

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        Rochelle Frank 

        2 months ago from California Gold Country

        I have a nephew who is a Houstonian, a commercial pilot and an artist, and I think he has some art on display there. I will will send him a link to this.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 months ago from USA

        How interesting! I loved seeing the old memorabilia and the grandeur of bygone days. Would enjoy seeing it in person if I ever got the chance. Can you imagine lucking out and winning that raffle?

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        Mary Norton 

        2 months ago from Ontario, Canada

        I visited my friends in Houston two years ago but did not make it to this Museum. I now have another reason to visit.

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