Admission to the Museum is free for Federal Employees and three family members through Feb. 21.
The Museum will be closing early on March 13 prior to our Apollo 9 event. Last tickets will be sold at 2:30, the Museum will close at 3:00.
The Museum holds more than 5,000 titles of films, video tapes (some commercial), phonograph records, audio tapes (reel-to-reel, cassette, and cartridge), film strips, DVDs, and CD-ROMs.
The Archives team is in the process of digitizing rare films and videos, which are being made available to the public on the Museum’s YouTube Not for Profit Channel. These items, which include never before seen footage, highlight local and national aviation an space history, as well as historic figures such as Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart.
Most of the audio visual collection, including links to digitized items, can be searched in the online catalog, AeroCat.
The Museum also a microfilm collection, which is contained on an excel data base that can be downloaded here: