Join us as we honor the accomplishments of famed air and space pioneers. They are some of the world’s most significant aviation pilots, crew members, visionaries, inventors, aerospace engineers, businessmen, designers, spokesmen and space pioneers. They highlight the importance of technology and innovation.
Through this high-energy, interactive session you will learn classic principles for overcoming obstacles, solving problems and making the tough decisions to succeed in this economy. You will learn how these leaders cope with the challenges and succeed, so you can apply these valuable lessons to situations at your company.
For the entire month of October, kids 12 and under are FREE at the San Diego Air & Space Museum! Up to two children can be admitted with a paid adult.
Come to the San Diego Air & Space Museum on Sunday, October 26th for our annual Halloween-themed pumpkin drop! See what happens when two pumpkins are dropped from our roof --- one with a parachute and one without.
WWII U.S. Marine Raider Sculpture, "Soul of the Forward and Faithful," Comes to San Diego Air & Space Museum
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!
The Museum exhibits team recently lifted a Bowlus “Baby Albatross” glider to the ceiling in the Rearwin Gallery area where it is displayed next to its older brother the Bowlus “Paper Wing.” The former was advertised as the affordable sail plane of its day when first produced in 1937, with a kit price of $385 and a ready to fly price of $750. Both sprang from the fertile design mind of Hawley Bowlus, San Diego native and soaring enthusiast. Bowlus was also very well known for his work on the original Spirit of St. Louis at Ryan, and as the inventor of the Airstream trailer.
Visit the Museum Store both online or at the Museum to see new products! Museum Members save 15% with code SDASM15
Jim Hollis joined the basement restoration team nearly twenty years ago. Over that period of time he has assisted in projects ranging from the restoration of two R-3350 engines for the Smithsonian’s Enola Gay, to the overhaul of a Willys Jeep engine from 1942.
The holiday cooking and shopping season is almost upon us and I want to make you aware of a wonderful opportunity to support SDASM with almost no effort!