The San Diego Air & Space Museum is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the third successful Moon landing with Flight Director Gerry Griffin and astronaut and CAPCOM Fred Haise, two of the key figures from one of NASA’s most successful missions.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum plans to safely re-open to the public on the very first day it is allowed to welcome guests back in by County and State health officials, just like it did twice last year.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is honoring the world famous Reno Air Races with an exciting new exhibit featuring three significant air racing planes -- Shoestring, Sundancer and Miss 'B' Haven -- in the Museum’s Edwin D. McKellar Pavilion of Flight.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum has been featured on local independent TV station KUSI on several occasions in recent weeks.
The Museum's Education department is hard at work developing new virtual enrichment for students and families from local San Diego neighborhoods to children all across the country.
Recently, the Museum’s Library & Archives launched a special new online exhibit about Norman Howard Casson in honor of Black History Month.
Reproductions of historic photographs, artwork and travel posters as well as surplus vintage collectibles and rare books are now available to the public like never before!
When the Museum re-opens in the near future, visitors will be treated to new historic sight in the “skies” above the Rotunda.
Get outside with SDASM in beautiful Balboa Park and join us for a safe and easy weekend activity with your family!
The Museum’s expert Special Events team continues to re-imagine how we’ll be able to host one-of-a-kind events in the future.
Due to the temporary closures of non-essential businesses, the San Diego Air & Space Museum is offering an exciting program to enable our visitors to safely tour the Museum virtually, in real time, from the comfort of their own homes.
With the help of Museum docent Fred Miller, the exhibits team has begun the work of creating a new exhibit detailing the role of Combat Gliders during World War II.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum encourages discovery and exploration for all ages and backgrounds, and your support is extremely critical for us to carry out our mission to Preserve, Inspire, Educate and Celebrate.
During these unprecedented times, the Museum has continued its mission of educating and inspiring aviation and space enthusiasts around the world through digital content.