Following San Diego County Public Health Authority guidance the Museum will be closed from July 7 to July 28, 2020.
We have a symbiotic relationship with our dogs; we rely, trust, and bond with them – just as we do with our beloved planes.
One of the most beloved and longest serving volunteers in the history of the San Diego Air & Space Museum passes away at age 99.
NASA Astronaut Woody Spring shares first-hand the sensation of launching from historic pad 39A.
This week’s artifact spotlight is SDASM's World War One Y.W.C.A. poster. The feminine stance and figure in this poster is saying a woman's femininity will not be compromised due to working in factories.
The United States Air Force’s Thunderbirds will be honoring local frontline healthcare workers with a series of flyovers of local hospitals in San Diego beginning at noon this Friday, May 15.
The Museum has been working on a three-year grant project, funded by IMLS, to inventory, photograph, and catalog its vast collections.
SDASM TV recently added a new channel featuring the Museum's International Air & Space Hall of Fame introduction videos.
“Apollo 13: America’s Finest Hour” is being hosted on the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SDASM, exactly 50 years to the day of the splash down by one of NASA’s most heralded missions.
A leading aviation industry visionary, Clark was inducted into San Diego’s International Air & Space Hall of Fame in 2010
Museum’s new online channels revolutionize access to incredible and rare stories behind the greatest achievements in aviation and space flight history – tune in now!