Lyon Air Museum is the perfect venue to host an airline theme event complete with pilot and stewardess servers, boarding pass invites, and suitcase props! Send out boarding pass invites. Setup a "bag check" table for when guests arrive and register. Choose from our preferred catering list for servers dressed in airline service attire (photo: The Turnip Rose servers). Additionally servers can push food and beverage carts around for guests to order snacks and drinks during cocktail hour. Create a fun centerpiece like flower stuffed suitcases.
The new year is here! With a new year comes a new set of events - be it a fashion show or a corporate event - it is time to start planning. First thing to do on "all things event planning" is choose a venue. What could be better than a hangar like museum with polished vintage aircraft? The clock is ticking and the facility rental rate increases February 1, 2015, so book now.
Lyon Air Museum will host a summer vehicle exhibit showcasing six iconic American Classic automobiles. The exhibit, featuring rare vehicles from the Art Deco period will carry on Lyon Air Museum’s reputation for displaying fine, vintage cars alongside historic aircraft. Such vehicles were often the choice of movie stars, captains of industry, presidents and gangsters, all high achievers who appreciated the style and elegance embodied in these magnificent vehicles. Following past popular exhibitions that brought in iconic vehicles such as seven exclusive Packards and ten impeccable classic Duesenbergs, this year’s exhibition lineup is highly anticipated. This year’s exhibit will run through August 4, 2014.
Lyon Air Museum, a premier Southern California showcase for vintage historic military aircraft and vehicles, will conduct a symposium and book signing paying tribute to the more than 1,000 women who served as Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) during World War II. LAM Docent and acclaimed author, Nancy Robison, will be on hand to sign copies of her latest book, “We Love to Fly,” about the brave and amazing WASPs who flew in support of the war effort.