Originally founded by Edward T. Maloney and opened in January 1957 in Claremont, just north of its current location, it was simply known as The Air Museum. Today you can have a very unique change of pace and take your wedding ceremony and reception to new heights at the Planes of Fame Air Museum, now located in Chino, California. With large open spaces and the most beautiful of backdrops, this is the perfect spot to perform your nuptials if you have a lot of people sharing in your special day. You can either go back in time with this venue or add hints of modern elegance within the airplane theme.
They will transform the Maloney Hangar into a grand reception hall that is enough to host up to 320 people for a sit-down dinner. Accompanied with its high ceilings and historic airplanes, this is a great and inviting venue that you and your guests will absolutely love.
Unlike many of today’s wedding venues, Planes of Fame event venue weddings gives you the freedom to bring in your preferred caterers or vendors. That way you’ll be able to have the reception with the caterers that you prefer to use.
Whether you’re thinking about flying back in time for a 1940s themed reception or you and your loved one have a great interest in the history of aviation and aircraft, Planes of Fame Air Museum would be the location of your dreams. Let Three16 Photography capture your wedding at the Planes of Fame Air Museum, as this museum offers you a unique backdrop to your wedding day.
If you want to learn more about the Planes of Fame Air Museum as your wedding destination or for other activities, click the link above or below to visit their website or to visit them in person, they are located at 14998 Cal Aero Dr., Chino, CA 91710 or call them at 909-597-3722.
- LA/Ontario International Airport is less than a mile away.
- For out-of-town guests, the nearest hotels are about 1 to 5 miles.
- Nearby major freeways 60, 15 and 10.
- Allows outside catering.
- Can arrive for your wedding via small aircraft.
- Can take photos with historic planes.