Resident’s Free Day for December, held typically on a Tuesday, occurs during December Nights free entry, on the 1st and 2nd, (Fri/Sat).
More than 300 guests enjoyed a rare glimpse into the life-long achievements and pioneering spirit of five aviation explorers and innovators at the Museum’s annual star-studded gala on Saturday, October 21.
New permanent exhibit in the Museum's World War II Gallery featuring animatronic of Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis tells the compelling story of the milestones and advancements achieved by Black American aviators and astronauts.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is hosting its second-annual “Aerofest” Open Hangar and Museum Sale on Saturday Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our Gillespie Field Annex in El Cajon.
The annual day of serious – and not so serious golf -- raises funds for the Museum’s vital STEM education programs.
Prior to Pearl Harbor, as the Second World War raged in Europe, American manufacturing and industry expanded, producing arms and goods for our allies overseas, and keeping people employed at home.
On October 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager became the first man to break the sound barrier, piloting an aircraft faster than the speed of sound in the Bell X-1 above the high desert near California’s Edwards Air Force Base.
From debut author Antwan Eady and artist Gracey Zhang comes a glowing tale about the young dreaming big. A perfect story to demonstrate how pride in where we come from can bring a shining confidence.