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Cavanaugh Flight Museum

The Cavanaugh Flight Museum is an aviation museum in Addison, Texas, with a non-profit 501(c)(3) status for aviation educational.

The aircraft collection held by the museum began as the personal collection of businessman Jim Cavanaugh. His collection began with the purchase of a half-share in a 1939 Piper J-3 Cub in 1980. The museum opened in October 1993.

 

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Lewisville Lake Environ Learning Area

The land that we now call LLELA is positioned where the Blackland Prairie mingles with the dry upland forests of the Eastern Cross Timbers. The Elm Fork of the Trinity River, with its surrounding bottomland forests, winds through the middle of these two ecosystems. This lucky collision makes LLELA a perfect place to find a diversity of wildlife and plants.

C.R. Smith Aviation Museum

The American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum (CRSM) is located on the campus of the American Airlines Flight Academy, which is situated at the southern end of DFW International Airport and in close proximity to the world headquarters of American Airlines. The location is at the midpoint between the city centers of Dallas and Fort Worth near the intersection of Highways 183 and 360. The CRSM has an exhibit gallery of approximately 25,000 feet2(2,300 m2) and a 10,000 feet2(930 m2) hangar that houses the Flagship Knoxville, a fully restored DC-3 aircraft. The museum also includes a 1,500 feet2(140 m2) gift shop and a large-format theatre similar to IMAX.