New England Air Museum (Bradley Air Museum)
Bradley International Airport
36 Perimeter Road
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Tel: +1 860-623-3305
The New England Air Museum is located at Bradley International Airport (BDL) has a large and diverse collection of aviation displays and aircraft spanning all eras of aviation. The museum's collection includes both restored aircraft and aviation artifacts. Previously known as Bradley Air Museum. In 2011 renamed New England Air Museum (NEAM).
World War II related displays include the AVG "Flying Tigers" Display, 57th Fighter Group WWII Memorial (North Africa), Pratt & Whitney Exhibit and many others. On display is B-29 "Jack's Hack" and 58th Bomb Wing Memorial. Also, VS-44 Flying Boat, F4U Corsair, F6F Hellcat and P-47 Thunderbolt.
F6F-5 Hellcat Bureau Number 79192
Displayed with the left wing folded painted in the markings of VBF-11
XF4U-4 Corsair 80759
Displayed with the right wings in the folded position.
B-29A "Jack's Hack" 44-61975
Displayed at the museum
B-25H Mitchell 43-4999
Restored in the markings of "Dog Daize" 43-4381 displayed with 75mm gun and top turret display
P-47D Tunderbolt 45-49458
Donated to Peruvian Air Force, loaned to NEAM, restored as P-47D "Norma" 42-0344
58th Bomb Wing Memorial
Memorial to the 58th Bomb Wing that flew the B-29 Superfortress and includes a display about B-29A "Praying Mantis" 42-6286.