Hiller Aviation Museum

Flight Design Lab

Aerospace Engineering and Aircraft Design 

Air and Space Camp Details

Leap into the world of aerospace engineering, building aircraft, drones, robots, circuits, and more in a high-tech adventure in design!

Start in the Hiller Aviation Museum Invention Lab, a unique maker space equipped with authentic science tools. Learn to use computer-aided design, 3D printers, wind tunnels, and more to solve a range of design challenges.

Investigate circuit electricity and take the challenge to the next level, using Artec robotics equipment to power electronic inventions capable of executing various functions.  Code and operate flying drones and multipurpose robotics platforms using drag-and-drop programming.

Scale up the experience at the Museum’s Penguin airplane, a small airplane able to be assembled and disassembled by camp participants. Attach wings, stabilizers, and control surfaces and rig all necessary control cables to gain exceptional insights into the function of different parts of an airplane and discover the engineering and mechanics required for each and every aircraft to take flight.

Observe high-performance aircraft and modern engines and airframes close up and meet aviation professionals in a unique glimpse of the working world of aviation.

Camp Details

Additional Details
June 26-30
July 17-21
August 7-11
Full Day
5 to 10 years old
Hiller Aviation Museum, 601 Skyway Rd. San Carlos, CA 94070

Flight Design Lab Camp Includes

Flight Design Lab

Program Includes

  • Group Disassembly/Reconstruction of Small Aircraft
  • Computer-Aided Design and 3D Printing
  • Drone Flight Simulation and Indoor Drone Plex Flight
  • Advanced Flight Simulation
  • Robotics Construction and Programming
  • Drone and Robot Programming
  • Robot ConstructionCircuits and Sensors
  • And Much, Much More!