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Hangar 10 Flying Museum

1945 Matt Wright Ln, Denton, TX 76207-4537
+1 940-565-1945
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Closed now?

This museum may be closed now, since its website has vanished and there appears to be no other... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2016
DeafThomas
Do not waste your time

We drove 80 miles to see this place. Upon arrival we entered into a dark room with no one to... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2014
Lisa252525
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Hangar 10 is located at the Denton Municipal Airport. The museum boasts four planes. The Lockheed 10A plane, which has been owned by several individuals, including child movie star Margaret O’Brien. The Stagger Wing, built by Beech Aircraft, was used mainly for VIP’s, admirals, and dignitaries. The PT-22 was used by the Army Air Corps primarily as a trainer for rookie pilots. The last of the planes is the small, sporty-looking Piper L-4, which was used during World War II as a reconnaissance plane. The museum is free and open to the public.
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18 Jun 2016
“Closed now?”
4 Jan 2014
“Do not waste your time”
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1945 Matt Wright Ln, Denton, TX 76207-4537
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+1 940-565-1945
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Reviewed 18 June 2016

This museum may be closed now, since its website has vanished and there appears to be no other current or very recent reference to the place online, which is a pity as it appeared to have been a bit different from the usual run of...More

Thank DeafThomas
Reviewed 4 January 2014 via mobile

We drove 80 miles to see this place. Upon arrival we entered into a dark room with no one to welcome us and the lights were all off. We entered the hangar with again no welcome but found 3 men sitting having lunch. My husband...More

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