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Directions

The 1940 Air Terminal Museum is located on the west side of William P. Hobby Airport, near Telephone Road.

From Downtown Houston:

Take I-45 South to exit number 40B (TX-35 S exit / 610 Loop).
Take TX-35 (Reveille St) South toward Pearland/Alvin.
Stay on TX-35 (Reveille St) and continue south for 3.4 miles.
Reveille St merges with Telephone Road.
At the intersection of Telephone Rd and Airport Blvd, Hobby Airport is visible on the left.
Continue on Telephone Rd.
Turn Left onto Neuhaus or the next two available left turns.
Neuhaus ends at Travelair St.
The 1940 Air Terminal Museum is located on Travelair St.

From Galveston:

Take I-45 North to exit number 36 (Airport Blvd./College Ave.).
Turn Left onto Airport Blvd.
Turn Left onto Telephone Rd/TX-35 S.
Turn Left onto Neuhaus or the next three available left turns.
Neuhaus ends at Travelair St.
The 1940 Air Terminal Museum is located on Travelair St.

Flying in:

William P. Hobby Airport (Identifier: KHOU) is a very General Aviation-friendly Class B airport, and Houston TRACON is a very General Aviation-friendly Air Traffic Control facility. You may easily get flight following and a Class B clearance as you approach the Houston area.

The museum is located at approximately mid-field on the West Ramp of Hobby Airport, along Taxiway G and Runway 17/35. If conditions permit, we suggest that you request this runway so that you may have a shorter taxi time. Simply tell the tower that you will be "parking at the museum" when you make your request and they will generally accommodate you.

Please refer to the current FAA Airport/Facility Directory or other official publications for more information about operating at this airport and for a current taxiway diagram.