Frontiers Of Flight Museum and Dallas Heritage Village Bus Trip

Richland College Emeritus Trips

Frontiers Of Flight Museum At Love Field and Dallas Heritage Village
Saturday, October 15, 2016

Departs Parking Lot ‘D’ at 9:30am and returns to Parking Lot ‘D’ at 4:30pm
SRCZ 1000 81925
Cost $35

Let’s fly backward through time! We begin our day out with a visit to the Museum at Love Field. This landmark began life as a grass strip during World War I and in 1917 was named by the Army for a flying officer in the fledgling US Signal Corps Aviation School. Lt. Moss Lee Love was killed flying a Wright Brothers (yes, THOSE Wright brothers) 1912 Model C bi-wing aircraft. Love Field became our primary air transport for 57 years before DFW Airport began operation. Just 4 days after our tour at today’s Love Field it will celebrate its 99th year of serving Texas as a doorway to the world. We will see the many and varied exhibits that chronicle its history. Admission is $10 for Adults $8 for 65+
We will have lunch at an interesting restaurant on our own.

After lunch we will step back in time to the 1880’s and stroll through the Dallas Heritage Village with its 21 historic structures including a Greek Revival plantation house built around 1860. The village includes a general store, hotel, saloon, doctor’s office, farmstead, shotgun house etc. It represents the way our grandparents lived in the past. It is the oldest park in Dallas, established in 1876. Admission is $9 for Adults $7 for 65+

Note: you do not have to be a senior to participate in this trip.

The bus departs from Parking Lot ‘D’ at 9:30am and returns to Parking Lot ‘D’ at 4:30pm.
**Our coach is handicapped accessible.
**If Accessibility is needed you must call the Emeritus office after registering by September 2nd or a confirmed reservation for your wheelchair. Emeritus phone 972-238-6972
The cost of the trip includes transportation only. No Refunds after September 30th.