On June 23, 2016, the San Diego Air & Space Museum is offering a rare opportunity to meet not only some of the American heroes who walked on the moon, but also the remarkable people on the ground who helped make mankind’s most extraordinary dream a reality.
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The San Diego Air & Space Museum will host its 13th Annual Space Day celebration on Saturday, May 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Space Day features demonstrations, giveaways, and hands-on activities with local and national space experts.
Aerosummer offers a variety of half-day, week-long programs teaching air and space history and science through hands-on activities such as designing and building model airplanes, launching model rockets, and flying simulators.
While it may be said that change in a museum usually comes about at the speed of molasses flowing uphill, things are always happening at your Air & Space Museum, changes that we know will make your visits even more enjoyable in the future than they are today.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum’s Library & Archives collection has grown significantly, increasing 25 percent with the major donation late in 2015 of the Aerospace Education Center Collection.
New collection is the largest component of the surviving archive of the Vought Aircraft companies which designed and built the famous F4U Corsair, F8U Crusader and A-7 Corsair II.
“Space Camp changed my life. I have become an astronautical engineer and have seen four of my satellites fly in space, including two around the moon, and one to Mars.” – 2013 Space Camp alumni survey.
Please save the date for the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s 33rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Wednesday, August 10, 2016. The annual tournament helps us provide quality educational experiences to local San Diego students through scholarships, exhibits, classes and outreach.
The San Diego Business Journal’s 2016 Most Admired CEO Awards recognizes local industry leaders’ achievements within their companies and in the community.
The 2016 Model Expo and Swap Meet is scheduled for Saturday, June 4, at the Museum's Gillespie Field Annex.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum received a special visitor on March 9, 2016 when 95-year-old Lawrence Warden of Clairemont toured the Museum.
Like most museums, the San Diego Air & Space Museum relies on public support. Sometimes the support is financial, other times it is by people visiting the Museum.
Offering the world’s most comprehensive collection of academic programs focused in aviation, aerospace, and security and intelligence.