N2463 Airport Rd, Brodhead, WI 53520
The museum is temporarily closed for exhibit renovations. Visits and tours can be arranged by appointment.
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For Veteran’s Day, we chose to honor Lt. Douglas Holt, one of the key people who made the Kelch Aviation Museum a reality. An original
Here’s an original 1929 ad from Aero Digest featuring the Laird Airplane Co., “The Thoroughbred of the Airways.” The vintage artwork of this era is
Five years ago this week, our 1928 Stearman C3B appeared on the cover of Vintage Airplane magazine. This rare aircraft was flown to the EAA
Charles Lindbergh visited Wisconsin during his victory tour in August 1927! Here’s a commemorative postcard, and a photo of mechanics doing a quick repair on
Happy Halloween, vintage aviation lovers! How many of you have airplane-themed halloween costumes, like this incredible 1930s outfit?
Pictured is the Kelch Aviation Museum’s 1929 Stearman C3B, NC8811 after a day’s work with Atwood Crop Dusters in 1954. Crop dusting was a dangerous
Aviation writer Sparky Barnes has a new article about the “Grassroots” antique airplane fly-in at Brodhead Airport, and a nice plug for the Kelch Aviation
This may look like an ordinary patch of gravel, but look closely and you’ll see evidence of underground electrical work. Construction on our long anticipated
One of the coolest things about the Kelch Aviation Museum? The planes on display are real historic treasures AND many still fly! Case in point:
Here’s a great article about our favorite airport bum, Jeanne Scholes: https://www.peshtigotimes.com/content/mayor-airport-–-my-window