Three glider replicas were built and flown in 1996, the Centennial year of Chanute's
experiments. One of those, Paul Dees' glider, was donated to the Seattle Museum.
See below for details. Check out the Celebration page on this
There are a number of replicas of the Chanute gliders on display around the country
and the world. The following list, which may or may not be complete, is in no particular
order. Most of the museums have web sites, but you may not necessarily find the
Chanute exhibit listed in the web site. If you plan to travel to a museum to see
the Chanute Glider, check with the museum first to make sure it's on display. Additions
and/or corrections will be greatly appreciated.
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