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Let imagination take flight at Carolinas Aviation Museum, where history and STEM education will soar.

Because aviation means something to everyone, our educational programs are designed to inspire groups of all ages and backgrounds to take an active interest in aviation and STEM careers.

Visitors can experience the wonder of flight and get behind the controls of a Cessna 150, Boeing 727 procedures trainer, F-14 Fighter Jet, and the Wright Flyer Simulator.

It’s not just about planes, it’s about people! Get up close and personal with historic aircraft and learn about the aviators who flew into history.

Download our Educator's Guide and STEM Resource Catalog.

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"By telling the stories of the people who shaped our aviation heritage, the Carolinas Aviation Museum inspires future generations to write aviation's next chapter."

The Carolinas Aviation Museum, located at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, is celebrating its 25th year in 2018 as one of the South's premier aviation museums. Its diverse exhibitions tell stories that reach back to the very beginning of flight while embracing the multi-faceted world of contemporary aviation.

Walk through the indoor hangar deck and come face-to-face with an F-14 Super Tomcat, DC-3 commercial airliner, CH-46 helicopter transport, and the US Airways Airbus A320 which made a miraculous emergency landing on the Hudson River, Flight 1549, "The Miracle on the Hudson." Create your own adventure by climbing into the cockpit of an F-4 Phantom or Boeing 727. Get ready to experience the wonders of aviation and the stories of the aviators who flew into history.

The epitome of “accessible luxury,” Veuve Clicquot is sold in fine wine catalogs and liquor stores, and mentioned everywhere from James Bond novels, to “Downton Abbey,” to even the “Real Housewives” franchises. With its unmistakable yellow label, it is certainly one of the most well-known Champagnes on the market today. While sommeliers may scoff at the big-brand house, Champagne probably wouldn’t be what it is today without Veuve Clicquot. Its innovations in production, and persistence in garnering recognition for the region, give Veuve Clicquot great historical significance.

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The Champagne house was founded by Phillippe Clicquot-Muiron in 1772. At the time, the company was involved with banking and wool trading in addition to Champagne production.

Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin was the actual “Veuve Clicquot,” widowed at the age of 27, just seven years after marrying the company’s heir, François. Madame Clicquot was known for being strong-willed and innovative through her years at the house’s helm.

After five years of bad vintages, war, and near-failure, Madame Clicquot celebrated the success of 1810 with the first single-vintage Champagne. The concept became a huge success the following year, when the iconic 1811 vintage Champagne was labeled ‘The Year of the Comet.’

Created by Madame Clicquot and the house’s cellar master, the riddling rack (which looked more like a riddling table at that time) allowed a more efficient process of disgorgement for the final corking of Champagne bottles. It is still used by sparkling producers around the world.

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The label started appearing on bottles around 1835 and was officially trademarked in 1877. It was created to distinguish “dry” bottles from the usual sweeter ones in the British market and became a huge hit.

Fifty-five percent of Veuve Clicquot’s vineyards are categorized as Grand Cru and 40 percent are Premier Cru.

The house believes that Pinot Noir adds strength and structure to its wines.

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