PRESERVING THE AIRSTREAM LEGACY
The Airstream Foundation
Airstream founder Wally Byam made history by building the world’s first Airstream travel trailer. Today, the non-profit Airstream Foundation honors nearly 100 years of history-making adventures by preserving vintage Airstreams and historic Airstream memorabilia for display in the Airstream Heritage Center museum.
Donating Your Piece of Airstream History
If you are looking for a home for your treasured vintage Airstream or rare collection of Airstream nostalgia, please consider a donation to the Airstream Foundation.
The Airstream Foundation collects, preserves, and shares historical materials to be enjoyed by visitors to the Airstream Heritage Center. Accepted historical materials include:
Airstream and WBCCI memorabilia and accessories
Photographs, 35 mm slides, photo negatives in all sizes
Published materials (books, ads, brochures, etc.)
Cassette tapes, VHS, and misc. professional video tapes
Film reels (8 mm, 16 mm, and
DVDs and CDs
The Airstream Heritage Center
Located inside Airstream HQ in Jackson Center, Ohio, the Airstream Heritage Center brings Airstream’s rich history to life in a museum space that highlights over 90 years of globetrotting adventures and cutting edge innovation while celebrating the thousands of associates who have helped build these “dreams come true” since 1931.