Come Visit Us

The National Helicopter Museum will be opening its doors to visitors on Memorial Day, as we continue our third decade of operation.

The Museum features a model of the first helicopter flight in Stratford in 1939 and an actual Sikorsky S-76 cockpit.

There is an enlarged gift table, free helicopter pictures, and a computer based helicopter flight simulator. This is a free Museum, although donations are appreciated.

 

Where to Find Us


The Museum is located at the Stratford, Connecticut Eastbound Railroad Station, at 2480 Main Street.

Hours: Wed. through Sunday from 1:00 - 4:00 pm from Memorial Day to mid-October.

Free parking; handicapped accessible. For more information: call 203-375-8857.

Audio Presentation

The Museum annually features a presentation. For an example of past appearances, click here to enjoy the photos and audio presentation from Tom Lawrence's, Sept. 17, 2013, topic, "A Look and Discussion of Every Helicopter Model designed by Igor Sikorsky.

Tom, a retired Sikorsky Engineer covered numerous airplanes and helicopters designed by Igor Sikorsky, including information on the many ships that were never actually built (S-57, S-63) etc.