To preserve for future generations, the legends, lore and historical legacy of pilots and other individuals whose pioneering aviation exploits helped bring America’s Rocky Mountain West into the Air Age. As part of the preservation effort, the museum seeks to acquire and display any and all items related to this region’s mountain-flying history, including, but not limited to, appropriate vintage aircraft, memorabilia, artifacts, historical documents, photographs, personal narrative and diaries, motion-picture footage, tape recordings, newspaper stories, magazine articles and books.
The Museum of Mountain Flying (MMF) is located on the northeast side of Missoula International Airport, east of the Main Airport Terminal. Note the MMF location on Google Map to the right.
Take Exit 99 onto Airway Blvd. Drive straight south thru the roundabout to Hwy 10 W / W Broadway. Turn right on Hwy 10 W / W Broadway, then turn left to enter the Airport.
From the East or West on Hwy 10/Broadway:
Turn onto the Airport, noting the MMF sign with arrow. Take the first left onto Aviation Way. At the next stop sign, continue straight ahead following signs to the MMF.
Welcome to Museum of Mountain Flying