Fantasy of Flight Announces It’s Closing Its Doors to the Public in April

Fantasy of Flight

In a press release on its Facebook page, Central Florida attraction Fantasy of Flight announced it will no longer be open to the public, as of April 6, 2014.

Fantasy of Flight is an incredible aviation-themed attraction owned by Kermit Weeks showcasing vintage aircraft from the world’s largest private collection. If you’ve never made the trip to the attraction in Polk City, you most likely saw its airplane advertising on I-4 between Orlando and Tampa.

Housed in three huge hangars are over 40 airplanes, many of which are restored to original flying condition. In addition to all of the planes, there are themed immersion experiences, flight simulators. interactive exhibits, a tram tour of aircraft maintenance areas, restoration and backlot tours, and more.

“After 18 years of being in operation, it’s time we close the attraction and move forward toward creating the vision for what I know Fantasy of Flight can become,” Weeks said about the closing.


Fantasy of Flight

Fantasy of Flight will still exist, but only as an events business, for weddings, meetings, and such. It will also turn the facility into what it was originally designed for, which is a restoration and maintenance facility that will be needed to build future attraction elements. For those who wish to enjoy the historical aspects of aircraft, plans are to open part of the collection in a reduced capacity and admission price later this year.

Groups that are currently booked for admittance to the attraction after April 6 will be issued refunds (including deposits). Groups contracted for Wing Walk Air only and/or private events will not be affected by these changes. Annual passholders will receive a pro-rated refund based on the date of purchase, and refund checks will be mailed to the passholder’s address on file via USPS beginning April 8. If you are an annual pass holder with questions or need to update your mailing address, please contact Brittani Taylor at

In the meantime, you have one month to make the trek out to Polk City if you wish to see this cool aviation attraction.

Fantasy of Flight is open Thursdays through Sundays from 10am to 5pm. For more information about Fantasy of Flight or for event schedules and admission prices, visit or call 863-984-3500.

Tico Warbird Airshow Flys into Titusville this Weekend

If you like vintage planes, you’ll definitely want to make the trip out to the east coast this weekend for the Tico Warbird Airshow in Titusville.

Starting today (March 11, 2011) and running through Sunday (March 13), the show will feature about 75 classic aircraft on display including the B-25 Mitchell, P-51 Mustang, P-40 Warhawk, F-104 Starfighter, F-8 Crusader, Grumman Wildcat, Avenger, F-4U Corsair and many, many more.

The airshow is being dedicated to the memory of “The Flying Tigers,” and the 70th anniversary of their first combat mission in China. Several of the original “Flying Tigers” will be on hand, as well.

The action won’t be all on the ground, though. There will be WWII reenactors fighting mock battles, as well as vendors, exhibits and displays.

Tickets are $20 a day for adults, $10 for kids 4-12 at the gate. A 3-day pass costs $45 if purchased online.

The Tico Warbird Airshow takes place at the Space Coast Regional Airport (355 Golden Knights Blvd) in Titusville.

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