COVID-19 Notice from Director, Pam Blaschum: 

As we are all aware, non-essential social interaction and sheltering-in-place continue to be strongly recommended or mandated by federal, state, and local governments. For that reason, the TWA Museum will remain closed. We will evaluate the situation again on April 30th. Based on predictions of COVID-19 peak occurrences for this part of the country, it is highly likely we’ll remain closed beyond April 30th, but we will remain flexible and will continue to assess the situation on a rolling basis. 

As we are dealing with this most unexpected and difficult situation, I want you to know that our museum’s Board of Directors understand how much we matter to our donors, friends, volunteers, and the visitors we’ve hosted over the years. We also view ourselves as an important institution related to the culture and history of Kansas City. We are working diligently to remain operationally and financially sound during our closure.

In the meantime, we continue to be “open” online and hope you’ll continue to visit us. Our website and blog are up and running and we’re actively updating their content. Again, we appreciate your support and understand during this difficult time.

Pam Blaschum, Director

Welcome aboard the TWA Museum! We hope you enjoy the information provided on our site.

For the full experience, be sure to visit our location at 10 Richards Road, Kansas City, MO 64116.

Until further notice, the museum will be open Wednesday thru Saturday 10-4.  Please call the museum to confirm we are open.


Adults – $10.00

Seniors – $7.00

Children (6-16) – $7.00

Children (1-5) – FREE

Active Military (With ID) – FREE

Please call for private groups or groups over 10



Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10AM–4PM
Wednesday: 10AM–4PM
Thursday: 10AM–4PM
Friday: 10AM–4PM
Saturday: 10AM–4PM
Sunday: Closed


Now, you can support the TWA Museum every time you shop on Amazon! You’ll continue to shop on Amazon as usual, but with a couple of small steps on your part, Amazon will donate some of their profit from your purchase to the museum.

Click HERE to find out how it works!

The Museum

TWA memorabilia, cockpit simulator panels, a flight simulator, and more!



History Links

Visit these websites for in-depth information on the history of TWA!

Early TWA History

William John “Jack” Frye

Paul Ernest Richter, Jr.

Walter A Hamilton

Walt Hamilton passed away at an early age leaving no immediate family to carry on his legacy. Our thanks to the Richter Family for sharing this important part of TWA’s history from Paul Richter’s document library.

Daniel Webb “Tommy” Tomlinson

General History


TWA passenger aircraft is prepared for take-off at London Airport.

Various shots of TWA Super Constellation aircraft ‘Star of Paris’ surrounded by large crowd at unknown American airport.

TWA Lockheed Constellation

All video credit goes to British Pathé



Wayne Hammer, our editor and a valued volunteer, contributes his time curating a blog about detailed accounts and relatable information for anyone who takes interest in the TWA legacy…

Continue to blog >


We would love to hear from you! Thank you for your interest in the TWA Museum!