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100th Anniversary Logo with the 100 in large letters and the museum logo
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.
FREE Admission & Parking

Groups & Tours

There are several public tours available at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Listed below are a variety of ways to tour the museum's facilities.

Special arrangements can be made for school, Scouts and youth groups and military reunion groups. Click on the links below for more information.

School & Youth

For more information about educational program availability, please contact the Education Division at or call (937) 255-8048.

The museum has an extensive educational program for all ages, including guided tours, informational scavenger hunts, in-depth lectures, workshops and more. Click here for information about these programs.

Daily Free Guided Tours

Free tours are offered daily to all museum visitors.  Tours are approximately one hour and 15 minutes in length.  All visitors are asked to maintain 6 feet of distance between visiting parties.


10:00 a.m. - Early Years, WWI and WWII Galleries

11:30 a.m. - Korea and SE Asia Galleries

12:00 p.m. and 3 p.m. - Space, Research & Development, Global Reach and Presidential Galleries

1:30 p.m. Cold War Gallery


Motorcoach & Buses

Click here to complete the Museum Group Registration form so a group visit coordinator can assist you in planning your visit to the museum.

Military Reunions

The museum is a popular destination for many military reunion groups each year. For information about planning a military reunion at the museum or dedicating a plaque, bench or statue in Memorial Park, please see the Military Reunions page.

Virtual and Audio Tours

Click here for a virtual tour of the museum to help you plan your visit.

Click here for a series of self-guided audio tours featuring specific topics in U.S. Air Force history as they are highlighted throughout the museum's exhibits.

restoration hangar tours

We are not currently offering regularly scheduled tours of the Restoration Hangar.

Touch Tours

Touch TourThe museum offers several programs designed specifically for adults and student special needs visitors. Please call the museum's Education Division at least four weeks in advance at

Touch tours are offered for blind or visually impaired students and adults of all ages. Participants will be allowed to touch a number of aircraft on exhibit while wearing white museum gloves. Please note this is a one-on-one tour with the visually impaired individual and a docent. A limited number of visually impaired individuals can be accommodated per touch tour, contact the Education Division for details.

Other school programs can also be adapted to meet the needs of students.