Military Museum Expansion
For Estrella WarBirds Museum
In 2011, the Hind Foundation granted $243,563 to the Estrella WarBirds Museum to build a new facility to connect the existing Freedom Hall to the Brooks Building. The Freedom Hall currently holds authentic memorabilia items from all military branches and recent conflicts while The Brooks Building houses restored military vehicles, a collection of inert bombs and missiles, a minor restoration garage, and a storage area for military uniforms. The museum will dedicate the new facility to the Hind Foundation by naming it the Hind Pavilion, which will showcase the many exhibits that the museum currently cannot display due to lack of space – from jeeps and fighter jets to antique ambulances and modern missiles, and other countless equipment and memories. Additionally, the gift shop will be moved to this new Hind Pavilion.
• Paying Tribute
The Hind Pavilion will pay tribute to current and past servicemen and women. By recognizing a part of their history, we’re recognizing our country’s history.
• Educating Visitors
The Museum provides visitors with an in-depth look into our Country’s relatively current history of wartime life and sacrifice.
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|Area of Funding: Historical Landmark Restoration|
|Type of Funding: Standard Grant|
|Amount Funded: $243,563|
|Year Funded: 2011|
|Year Completed: 2000|
|About the Organization|
|Estrella WarBirds Museum|
|4251 Dry Creek Road|
|Paso Robles, CA 93446|
The Estrella WarBirds Museum is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of military aircraft military vehicles and memorabilia to those who flew and worked on military aircraft. Their approach is not to glorify conflict but rather to make a future generation aware of the fact our way of life does not come without sacrifice.