The Pioneer Air Museum, housed in a large gold-domed building at Alaskaland, chronicles the development of flight in Alaska. It is the farthest North Air Museum in the U.S.A., the Gold Dome is filled with authentic antique aircraft and memorabilia of Alaska's aviation heritage. The stories chronicled here in the interpretive displays focus on solo piloting adventures, as well as the early commercial cargo aircraft that operated in the bush. Of particular interest to airline enthusiasts are exhibits from Wien Air Alaska. It is open Memorial to Labor Day.