Come to the San Diego Air & Space Museum for our annual Paper Airplane Festival! As part of Balboa Park’s STEAM Family Day held on Sunday March 16th from 11:00am-3:00pm, visitors can learn to make paper airplanes under expert guidance at the Museum and participate in a mass launch at 2:00pm.
New location, same great cause. Join the San Diego Air & Space Museum for our 31st Annual Charity Golf Tournament. As we move into our next 50 years of "preserving, inspiring, educating, and celebrating" all the wonders of air and space, we invite you to take part in a longstanding SDASM tradition.
The 2014 Fly Your Ride! competition will be held at the San Diego Air & Space Museum on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Keep an eye out for details as this competition is open to the public, but in the meantime, check out last year's winners!
The San Diego Air & Space Museum offers a variety of half-day, week-long summer programs. These classes teach air and space history and science through hands-on activities such as designing and building model airplanes, launching model rockets, and flying simulators.
The Ripley's Believe It or Not! exhibit is currently on display at the San Diego Air & Space Museum with weird, wacky, shocking and amazing items--don't miss it because it closes January 4, 2015!
Work progresses on the design of our new Women in Aviation exhibit, although our efforts have been slowed a bit by the Ripley’s Believe it or Not re-do. Replacing 50% of Ripley’s has given the very successful traveling exhibit new life and while we continue to put finishing touches to it, the exhibit is even more wacky and more weird then before and generating enormous fun for the whole family.
The Symposium will feature top speakers and panelists from the aerospace industry and legal community, and topics will examine past, present, and future regulatory structure, integration of unmanned aircraft into the national airspace system, and the commercialization of space in the 21st century. The evening keynote speaker is Linden S. Blue, vice chairman of General Atomics.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum will take part in a multi-institution exhibit entitled “Presidio to Pacific Powerhouse: How the Military Shaped San Diego."