A flight attendant’s log detailing five years of airborne adventures. Vintage furniture from the TWA headquarters. In-flight amenities — gilded playing cards, silver serving ware — from a more elegant era. These are just some of the items showcased at the TWA Hotel. The New-York Historical Society — founded in 1804 as New York’s first museum — curated the exhibitions, which are free of charge and always open to the public.
Located in various spots throughout the former TWA terminal — the heart of our hotel — as well as in our event center and in the areas that connect our hotel flight tubes to JetBlue's Terminal 5, the exhibits allow visitors to experience the Jet Age through authentic artifacts, interactive displays and personal narratives.