Experience the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show




Kids, you won’t want to miss our NEW interactive and educational S.T.E.A.M. World exhibit at the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show.

S.T.E.A.M. Education is an Integrated Approach to Teaching:

S: Physical and Social SCIENCES

T: Incorporation of TECHNOLOGY

E: Principles of ENGINEERING and Design

A: English Language ARTS

M: Application of MATHEMATICS

When you arrive to the show, check your map for the large S.T.E.A.M. World tent. Perfect for children grades K-10, this tent will focus on aviation and flight related topics. There will be a table for each letter, that will offer hands on activities for different age groups. Activities will include things like DNA extraction/building DNA Strand (bird egg), Virtual Reality Experiences (in flight), flying a Drone, coding an assembled robotic airplane to move and make sounds, testing paper airplanes, creating the Weather Cycle (within a biodome to take home), building and launching rockets, and solar cooking experiments.

We are thrilled to be able to bring this educational element to the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show thanks to All About Achieving Learning Centers.

General Admission ticket required.

S.T.E.A.M. World is sponsored by Dunn Capital and All About Achieving Learning Centers.


Monster Truck Rides

Monster Truck Rides return in 2019 due to popular demand! C&M Motorsports will be joining us on air show weekend (November 1-3) and offering rides to our patrons. Come by their set up to ride around in our open field, for a once-in-a-lifetime ride! Our Monster Truck Rides were so popular last year, so get there early to reserve your ride this November.

Ride tickets sold separately. General Admission ticket required.

*Please note: Monster Truck rides will only be available on Saturday and Sunday, not for the Friday night air show.*


"The Movie Memphis Belle” B-17 Bomber

The Real “Memphis Belle” flew with the 324th Bombardment Squadron of the 91st Bombardment Group (Heavy), 8th Air Force, from USAAF Station 121 at Bassingbourn, England. Her first mission was to Brest, France on 7 November 1942. Her twenty-fifth and final combat mission was to Kiel, Germany on 19 May 1943. 

This aircraft was one of the 12,731 Flying Fortresses built, but it is not the real “Memphis Belle”. This B-17 was completed too late for WWII combat. This B-17 is the star of the 1990 Warner Brothers film appropriately titled “Memphis Belle”.  

So even though this particular aircraft didn’t fly in combat you stand in the presence of an aircraft that is known the world over. There are only forty-seven B-17s left in the world. A dozen or so are flying. 

Rides on the Memphis Belle will be available and will also be on display among our other static aircraft. More details coming soon.

General Admission ticket required.


Static Aircraft Displays

Check back for static aircraft display information coming soon!