The Havelock Tourist & Event Center features a variety of military and historical displays for the public. Inside the spacious building, display cabinets feature a combination of permanent and rotating displays in the
main hall corridor. The history of Marine Corps aviation is depicted with a permanent display of scaled aircraft models and historic photographs presented in a time line. Another permanent display will feature jet aircraft ejection seats.
Current trends in Marine Corps aviation are represented by a Featured Squadron display, chosen from the active duty fleet squadrons of Marine Air Group 14, 2d Marine Aircraft Wing, Cherry Point. There is a display featuring the history of Havelock with its strong ties to the Marine Corps.
The interior displays are available to the general public Monday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm. All displays are designed to be educational, informative,
Static displays outside the building include a restored Douglas A-4M Skyhawk, a McDonnell Douglas RF-4B Phantom, and a Grumman F9F-6P Panther. Inside, a
replica of an early Boeing F4B-3 biplane is suspended from the ceiling, and a large scale AV-8B Harrier is on display.