In the interest of protecting the public health of our staff and visitors, the Museum is temporarily closing to the public starting Saturday November 14th.
On April 11, 2020, the San Diego Air & Space Museum will celebrate the anniversary of the historic Apollo 13 mission exactly 50 years to the date of its launch with several of the key players from one of NASA's finest moments.
Donated to the San Diego Air & Space Museum by Baron Hilton, the Beech “Staggerwing” was built in 1943 and is famous among aviation fans worldwide.
The entryway Rotunda at the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s main location in Balboa Park has been undergoing an extensive re-fresh over the past several months.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum recently received a generous award from the California State Library as part of their "California Revealed" project.
Board Member Robert Redd is an integral part of the San Diego Air & Space Museum's hard-working Charity Golf Tournament Committee and a long time supporter of the Museum's mission.
Blueprints for this year's exciting and fun STEM-based flying car competition are due by January 31, 2020.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for you!
The Library & Archives recently received a generous grant from the Parker Foundation to purchase archival boxes to rehouse our periodical collection.
Little Engineers is a hands-on STEM enrichment program that introduces children to science and engineering through creativity and fun.
Imagine your next Special Event in one of the most exceptional settings anywhere in San Diego.
The Restoration Shops in Balboa Park and at the Gillespie Field Annex in El Cajon are currently working on some exciting new projects for the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
The small Private Ground School class sizes and experienced instructors at the San Diego Air & Space Museum create a fun, supportive and structured learning environment for aspiring pilots.
Mark Your Calendar for Family Fun Days and the annual Space Day Extravaganza!