Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week
FREE Admission & Parking
In addition to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, the USAF operates several field museums and heritage centers. Please call ahead as some may not be open to the public. They are:
Air Force Armament Museum - Eglin AFB, Fla.
Air Force Space and Missile Museum - Cape Canaveral AFS, Fla.
Air Mobility Command Museum - Dover AFB, Del.
Barksdale Global Power Museum - Barksdale AFB, La.
Enlisted Heritage Research Institute - Maxwell AFB, Ala.
The Flight Test Museum - Edwards AFB, Calif.
Hill Aerospace Museum - Hill AFB, Utah
Malmstrom AFB Museum - Malmstrom AFB, Mont.
McChord Heritage Center - McChord AFB, Wash.
Museum of Aviation - Robins AFB, Ga.
Peterson Air and Space Museum - Peterson AFB, Colo.
Sheppard AFB Heritage Center - Shepperd AFB, Texas
South Dakota Air and Space Museum - Ellsworth AFB, S.D.
Travis AFB Heritage Center - Travis AFB, Calif.
USAF Airman Heritage Museum - Lackland AFB, Texas
Warren ICBM and Heritage Museum - F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo.
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All visitors may be screened with a metal detector upon entry. In addition all bags are subject to search and may be placed through an X-Ray machine. Weapons are not permitted including pocket knives and firearms, to include conceal carry and other dangerous weapons.
- Box cutters
- Food and Soda Drinks
* Firearms, to include conceal carry and other dangerous weapons, are specifically prohibited in Federal facilities in accordance with 18 USC §930 (c)
- Water bottles (clear, sealed bottle, up to 20 oz.)
- Camera bags
- Diaper bags
- Service animals
Please note the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is not responsible for items left in vehicles.
Click here for frequently asked questions regarding items permitted inside the museum.
Notice: Visitors may be filmed, photographed or recorded by the U.S. Air Force for educational and promotional uses, including for posting on public websites and social media.
Individuals are permitted to take their own photographs or videos while touring the museum.