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Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation

2600 Expedition Court

The Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation (MAMAT) is an independent, educational 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1989 to create a museum in Sioux City to preserve the area’s rich aviation and transportation history.

 - Foster public understanding of all transportation modes
 - Educate present and future generations
 - Provide a Siouxland tourist attraction
 - Build and operate a unique educational museum that will display all phases of aviation and surface transportation… past, present and future
 - To create a museum complex that people from all over the world will travel to see
 - Develop a museum experience that enhances the quality of life for the people of Siouxland as well as for those who visit the museum from other locations


Bart Walker

Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
My son and I stopped for the first time. Tons of really cool items. Good layout and very clean. The FedEx cargo plane exhibit was closed but plenty of other things to look at. Worth a stop.

Pam Harned

Saturday, July 21, 2018
It might be amazing on the inside but we’ve been waiting outside the gate for nearly 20 minutes past the scheduled opening time. Just now, a lady came barreling in and has unlocked the gate. Seems like someone overslept this morning. So we will now venture on in...

Kelly Brown

Monday, June 25, 2018
A hidden gem in Sioux City, but a MUST SEE! The employees are very knowledgeable with what's on display and the history of Sioux City.

Jeremy Murphy

Saturday, July 28, 2018
I debated three or four stars because the FedEx 727 was closed as was the United 727 cockpit but the overall museum was orderly, clean and my son was very intrigued by the Flt 232 exhibit and the military displays.

John Robbins

Sunday, May 27, 2018
If in the area, is a great place to go. Unfortunately there were a few things closed for construction or not working properly.

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