Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome



May – October

  • Daily 10:00 – 17:00 (No airshows on week days)
  • Saturday and Sunday, Museum opens and Biplane rides start at 10:00, Airshow starts at 14:00 (Weather Permitting)

Admission fee

Gift shop

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The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is located in historic Rhinebeck, New York and can easily be reached by car using the Taconic State Parkway or the New York State Thruway. Picnic and parking facilities are free.

Aircraft collection

Albatros D.Va N12156, Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, NY

N7MS Morane Soulnier MS.130
N31K New Standard D-25
N74W Thomas Morse S4.B
N131DK Bucker Bu 131 Jungmann “181-3” (CASA1.131E)
N176H New Standard D-25
N211XC Ryan NYP “Spirit of St.Louis”
N220TP Fokker Dr.I
N271Y Curtiss Wright Fledgling
N285M Spartan C-3
N304Y Great Lakes T-2-1MS
N306Y Great Lakes T2-1R
N320N Aeromarine Klemm
N429N Monocoupe 90
N513H American Eagle
N532K Davis D1W
N576Y Nicholas Beazley NB-8G
N605EB Curtiss Wright junior CW-1
N666J Fleet Finch 16B
N680CP Nieuport 10
N770N DHC  Puss Moth 80A
N850W Bird model CK
N940 Waco 10
N1379M Morane Saulnier A-1
N1911P Wright EX Vin Fiz
N1914B RAF BE2c
N1918G Siemens Schuckert D.III
N2219T Cessna A185E
N3221 Fokker Dr.I
N3918 Curtiss JN-4H “Jenny”
N3943P Caudron G.III
N4124A Curtiss D Pusher
N4275 Short S-29
N4720G Thomas Pusher model E
N4929 Avro 504K
N5356J Morane Saulnier N
N5666 Dickson Primary Glider
N5719 Heath Parasol LNA-40
N6262 Pietenpol Air-Camper
N6551 Gazelle HO2
N7132 Picard AX3M
N7157Q Sopwith Camel
N8096L Spad VII
N8448 Deperdusin
N8449 Hanriot 5
N8955 Monocoupe 113
N9147A Nieuport II N
N9163A Nieuport 11
N10702 Stampe SV-4B
N12156 Albatros D.Va
N15307 Pitcairn Mailwing PA-7
N17447 Aeronca C-3
N17501 RAF FE8
N17834 Taylor J-2 Cub
N19129 Fairchild 24-C8F
N19157 New Standard D-25
N38933 Voisin
N47166 Sopwith Dolphin
N60094 Bleriot XI
N68014 Curtiss A Pusher
N70814 Fokker D.VII
N99923 Bleriot XI “Cross-Country

Avro 504K 2939/N4929, Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, NY

In the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum antique aircraft are presented in the surroundings that fits their era. The visitor discovers the sensation of these aircraft build in the period of 1900 – 1940.

Here you can see the WW I and barnstormer aircraft in action and experience the colorful days of the propeller engine’s sound and smell the sent of Castrol oil. The people that work at the Aerodrome are proud to fly the original planes, or exact copies driven by the original engines.