World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame

303 Sid Snyder Drive, Long Beach, WA, United States

360-642-4020

Summer: April thru September Daily, 11 am to 5 pm. Winter: October thru March Friday thru Tuesday, 11 am to 5 pm. Spring: During Spring Breaks Open every day – 11:00 to 5:00

The world Kite Museum & Hall of Fame is dedicated to the thrill, art, science, sport, and history of kites worldwide.

The museum’s exhibits and educational events introduce the kite as a multicultural art, in celebrations, modern day design, pulling power and application to energy production.

The museum houses artifacts, archives and displays in a 10,350 sq. ft. two-story facility.

 

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