Milan, NM 87020
The Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum features two 1929 historic structures: a 51-foot airway beacon tower, and its electric-generator shed, as the initial display area. Phase One was dedicated on June 9, 2012. Since then, the 1953 Flight Service Station building (FSS) has been slowly renovated - and is now the main exhibit hall.
With the federal Flight Service Station restored as the main museum exhibit area and interpretive space, additional signs and media are in place around the compound to tell the story of early air navigation systems. Inside the buildings and the airport office are displays on notable aviators and events in this area.