Pan Am Museum
Located within the historic Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, Long Island, the Pan Am Museum and its grounds are perfect for a planned weekday excursion or weekend visit. Conveniently situated within steps of outdoor amenities, parks, eateries, and retail, the museum provides visitors with a rare glimpse into The World’s Most Experienced Airline.
Come Cruise with Us
Come sail with us to support the Pan Am Museum Foundation and their efforts. Enjoy exclusive amenities and guest benefits by booking your suite through this fundraiser.
Open to friends and family! Space is limited!
Setting sail August 2 – 9, 2023! Book now!!
Registration closes December 31, 2022.
Pan Am Annual Gala Weekend
Let’s pick up where we left off three years ago! Join us as we celebrate a Pan Am Carnival this November in camaraderie with our Pan Am family, friends, and airline enthusiasts. Help keep the great spirit of Pan Am alive! We kick off the gala weekend with the long planned dedication event of the Marine Air Terminal commemorating the historic relationship with Pan Am. The dedication event will be a collaborative hosting between the Pan Am Historical Foundation and the Pan Am Museum Foundation.
Marine Air Terminal
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Join us the evening before the Gala for a dedication event and reception with our sister organization, the Pan Am Historical Foundation.
Cradle of Aviation Museum
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Join us as we celebrate Pan Am with this year’s gala theme: “Flying Down to Rio”
Passengers, mail, or cargo, safe air travel to destinations across the globe was now a reality.
Experience the legacy of the world’s most iconic airline, Pan American World Airways. Brought to you by Tom Betti , the host of the Pan Am Podcast and Board member of the Pan Am Museum. The Pan Am Podcast brings Pan Am’s 64-year history to life through engaging storytelling and insightful interviews from Pan Am employees, passengers, historians, and aviation enthusiasts! Listen, rate, and subscribe!
Jeffrey Kriendler was the face of Pan Am as VP of Corporate Communications and the airline’s spokesperson.
Jeff was Pan Am. He was as iconic as the airline. Jeff was a friend and supporter of our museum from the beginning pledging his assistance and he came through in so many ways. He was a special person who valiantly persevered over the course of many serious illnesses over the past years. Despite the challenges, Jeff always kept Pan Am first and foremost at the top of his priority list. We remember him fondly and mourn his passing.