We are committed to education
The Dakota Territory Air Museum is dedicated to the expansion of aerospace education opportunities for K-12 and post educational organizations in our region. With the support of the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission and the Farstad Foundation, students can chart a path in the aviation and space industry by participating in camps, tours, classes and scholarship programs offered through the museum.
Our aviation camps are a great place to bring your children or grandchildren for a fun aviation inspired learning adventure!
ACE & PACE CAMP LOCATIONS
Dakota Territory Air Museum
Flying Legends Hangar
100 34th Ave NE, Minot, ND 58703
(North of the Minot International Airport)
ACE Aviation Camp for 3rd & 4th Graders
ACE is an exciting aviation camp experience guided by aviation and education mentors. The ACE program introduces 3rd and 4th graders to general aviation concepts involving fun, hands-on learning activities within the unique surroundings of the Dakota Territory Air Museum. Kids will also enjoy up-close and personal tours of historical military and general aviation aircraft by famous aviators, Orville and Wilbur Wright, and Amelia Earhart and a museum scavenger hunt that is sure to educate and inspire!
ACE Camp Schedule
Thank you to the great kids that joined us for our 2019 ACE Camps! Sign up below to subscribe to future education camp schedules and events at the Dakota Territory Air Museum!
PACE Aviation Camp for 5th & 6th Graders
PACE is a 5-session program designed for 5th and 6th graders with a strong curiosity for aviation! Tapping into the leadership of pilots and aviation mentors, kids will experience in-depth aviation concepts involving fun, hands-on activities focusing on one aviation topic each session. At the first session, each child is presented with a personalized museum Passport. Attending all five PACE sessions will earn a child enough stamps in their Passport for an introductory flight!
2019 PACE Camp
PACE camp is scheduled for June 17-21 at the Dakota Territory Air Museum (100 34th Street NE, Minot) from 9:00 a.m. – noon each day. Camp is for 5th & 6th graders. Please Note: Your child must have completed Grade 5 to register for PACE.
- June 17 – Inspired Dreams – Science of Flight
- June 18 – Up Up & Away! – Sims and Hot Air Balloons
- June 19 – On the Wings of Giants – History of Aviation
- June 20 – So You Want To Fly – Careers in Aviation
- June 21 – Honor & Courage – Military Aviation & Fly Day!
OUR CAMP IS FULL! THANK YOU TO ALL WHO REGISTERED! WE’LL SEE YOU IN JUNE!
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The Dakota Territory Air Museum offers guided tours for school groups and other groups at any time of the year. Our guided tours provide groups with an engaging, interactive and inquiry-based experience. Self-guided tours can also be arranged. Thanks to the generosity of the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission, school tours are FREE of charge for grades Preschool-12. For more information about scheduling a tour and date availability, please contact the museum at 701.852.8500 or via email at email@example.com.
Aviation Scholarship Program
With financial support from the Farstad Foundation, the Dakota Territory Air Museum is proud to offer annual scholarships to students taking part in aviation education.
Application Deadline: April 15. The application process is currently closed for the 2019 Scholarship Season.
Established in 2016, and administered by the museum’s education committee, the $25,000 annual scholarship award includes:
$2,500 to the ACE Program – Aviation Camp Experience for 3rd & 4th graders
$2,500 to the PACE Program – Passport Aviation Camp Experience for 5th & 6th graders
$20,000 for eight (8) $2,500 scholarships that include:
Five (5) scholarships for flight training toward solo certification
C-150 rental at $160/hr = 15.6 hours of flight training
Three (3) scholarships held in reserve for alternative awards to include:
A&P (Airframe & Powerplant) Certification
Flight Nurse Training
Air Traffic Control (ATC)
- Scholarship awards are based on financial need, stated desire, and viability of non-flight training related plan.
- Funds are to be used by the end of the calendar year in which the scholarship is awarded. Any unused funds will be retained for future scholarships.
- Funds may be disbursed for approved aviation related educational needs such as ground training and written exams.
- Funds may be approved for use at satellite training facilities.
- Applications must include three endorsements that address need, desire and work ethic.
- Applications will be accepted beginning December 15th through April 15th each year.
- Scholarships will be awarded the end of April.
2019 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Congratulations to the following winners of the Dakota Territory Air Museum’s 2019 Aviation Scholarship Program! Eight applicants received $2,500 awards and three applicants received $1,000 awards from unused 2018 funds.
100 34th Ave NE
PO Box 195
Minot, ND 58702-0195
OPEN: May 11, 2019 - October 19, 2019
M - S : 10am-5pm
Sun : 1pm-5pm
(other times by appointment)
5 & under Free
6-17 - $5
Adults - $10
Family - $20
Active Military - 50% Discount
School groups (and other groups) are welcome at any time of the year by appointment. Please contact us for more information.