In addition to dynamic performances in the sky, the Bell Helicopter Fort Worth Alliance Air Show is an aviation festival with many activities to enjoy on the ground.
Arrive early to see the wide variety of static display, speak to the pilots and take a tour. Be sure to explore the simulators, exhibit booths, Kids Zones, face painting, fun food and more.
Take a tour through aviation history by exploring the numerous planes and helicopters on display. Ask the pilot about his or her experience. Take a tour and see the inner workings of military and civilian aircraft.
The Air Show will have two Kids Zones featuring a 90’ Aircraft Carrier slide, Military Madness obstacles, bounce houses, a rock climbing wall and the world’s largest inflatable slide!
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Catch your favorite performer following their performance in the Legends & Heroes Autograph Tent located in exhibit row near the main entrance. Plus, stop by and visit with veterans from WWII and Korea.
At the entrance to the Bell Helicopter Fort Worth Alliance Air Show stands Freedom Plaza, a tribute to the men and women of the armed forces. The plaza features the United States Air Force Honor Guard Memorial, designed by Zenos Frudakis for the Air Force Memorial Foundation. Take a moment to visit and pay honor to the members of our nation's armed forces.
Simulators / Souvenir Photos
Test your aviation skills with several simulators. Or have your "pilot" photo taken in a real cockpit.
Interactive exhibits will entertain both adults and children. Be sure to check out the numerous booths on display.
There's food for every appetite! From hamburgers and chicken sandwiches to french fries and frozen treats, both young and old will enjoy the festive fair food. Water, lemonade, soda and beer also are available for purchase.
The STEM Discovery Zone Powered by Lockheed Martin offers the whole family an opportunity to explore and learn about the various facets of the aviation Industry that is deeply woven into North Texas
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