The Tulsa Air and Space Museum is taking Oklahoma's Centennial Celebration to new heights. The museum unveiled its â€œFly Nowâ€ exhibit Friday. The display showcases aviation posters from around the world and gives visitors a glimpse of flight from all eras.
The Smithsonian loaned the traveling exhibit to the Tulsa Air and Space Museum. Some of the posters on display date back to the mid 1800â€™s.
"It is a chronological step through aviation beginning clear back with the balloons and how time's changed,â€ said Kim Jones museum curator. â€œThat makes it interesting you can see how attitudes changed as you look through these posters"
"Fly Now" is sponsored by the News on 6. It will be open to the public on December 15th and will run thru January 19th.