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Celebrate the Centennial of Flight!

Check out The Franklin Air Show, an exciting, permanent exhibit
at The Franklin Institute Science Museum.

Glider in Air


In-Flight Film
Film Footage Online - See the Bergdoll 1911 Model B Flyer in flight!

Historical Artifacts
Wright Aeronautical Engineering Collection - Two- and three-dimensional objects related to the Wright Brothers.
1911 Model B Flyer - Wright Model B, Number 39, originally owned by Grover Cleveland Bergdoll.

Educational Resources
2003 Flight Forecast - K-12 students submitted their forecasts for the Centennial of Flight.
First Flight - The story, told using original artifacts.
Wright Again - Follow along as we recreate the development of the 1903 Flyer.

Related Links
U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission

Special Event
Make your own Magnus Flyer, a popular activity from the Wright Flight Festivals!


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