Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a living museum giving you and Fido the opportunity to explore aeroplanes, automobiles, early engines and memorabilia from 1900-1935. Work your way through the four museum buildings to discover beautifully restored aircraft from the Pioneer Era, to World War I and the Lindberg / Barnstorming era. You might just find that while learning about these golden years of aviation on leash, Fido wants to take to the sky. Fido could watch you from the green pastures while you take a bi-plane ride. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome cares for Fido and due to loud noises of weekend shows, it?s not recommended that you bring your furry friend. Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is open seasonally and is a non-for-profit volunteer operation, charging admissions at the weekend.
it's great that you can bring your dog to a museum! however the price is $12pp. the museum was basically four open barns. with dogs out only takes a minute to walk through each "exhibit" we didn't pay for admission which is located inside beyond the first three hangars that are exhibits. I asked if there were trails or any where to walk the grounds and was told no. I could pay admission and walk back and forth on the aerodrome runway (located across the street) They are dog friendly and no one said anything about the two dogs but it just seemed overpriced for what you get. just my humble opinion. no snack stand or drinking fountains. of course that might be due to covid- 19 restrictions but I had difficulty finding a garbage to deposit my dog waste.