• Is the museum handicapped accessible?
    The facility offers exterior access ramps. The majority of museum exhibits are located on the ground floor, and access to the cafe and Air Force Museum Theatre is provided via elevators. Closed captioning is available on museum audiovisual exhibits.

    Note: The museum's floor is concrete, and visitors are advised to wear comfortable shoes. Chairs and benches are located throughout the museum galleries.
  • Do you have wheelchairs or motorized carts available?
    There is a limited supply of wheelchairs and motorized carts available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis (weight limit is 350 pounds). Please bring your own wheelchair if possible.
  • Are there programs for visitors with special needs?
    The museum offers several programs designed specifically for special needs visitors, including touch tours and guided tours for the hearing impaired. Arrangements must be made at least four weeks in advance. Click here for more information about these programs.
  • What aids are available for visitors with hearing disabilities?
    Amplified neckloop headsets are available at the information desk for visitors using T-Coil Hearing Aids. Note: You must have a telecoil hearing aid to use the neckloop system, and you must switch your hearing aid to the "T" setting when using the system.

    In addition, click here to download and/or print transcripts for audiovisual exhibits.


Please note Springfield Street, the road that leads to the museum’s entrance, is undergoing construction through the beginning of September. Expect lane reductions and some delays. Please follow the signs and instructions provided by the road crews.

Featured Links

Plan Your Visit button
E-newsletter Sign-up button
Explore Museum Exhibits button
Browse Photos button
Visit Press Room button
Become a Volunteer button
Air Force Museum Foundation button
Donate an item button