Pearson Air Museum

  • 1115 E. 5th Street
  • , Vancouver, WA 98661

Built around 1918, this historic building originally served the Cut-up Plant of the Vancouver Spruce Mill, operated by the U.S. Army Signal Corps’ Spruce Production Division. Around 1924, the building was moved to its present location by the Army Air Service. Today the National Park Service continues the tradition of “adaptive reuse.” The Historic Hangar, with its character and glamour of by gone eras, can be adapted to any special event.

Pearson Air Museum Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 3
  • Total Sqft.: 5,500
  • Largest Room: 1,132
  • Theatre Capacity: 122
  • Banquet Capacity: 500
  • Classroom Capacity: 63
  • Exhibit Space:
  • Reception Capacity: 5,000

Meeting Facility Rooms

Room Name Dimensions Ceiling Sq. Ft. Theater Classroom Size Banquet Capacity Reception
Ted Rankin Theatre 29 X 39   0     1132.00     122     63     88     116  
Headquarters Conference Room 23 X 20   0     460.00     0     0     0     40  
Hangar Facility 0 X 0   0     0.00     0     0     432     1000  
Outdoor Event Space X                       5000