Since the Wright brothers achieved the first powered airplane flight in 1903, aviation and space exploration have been at the core of progress in this country. The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum has been there too – collecting, preserving, and displaying key artifacts from the first century of flight.
Your contributions - large or small - go a long way in helping the National Air and Space Museum achieve its mission to commemorate, educate, and inspire. Whether you join The National Air and Space Society, include us in your estate planning, place a name on our Wall of Honor, or volunteer your time to enhance the experience of other visitors, we are truly grateful.
Together, we will ensure that the National Air and Space Museum will continue to preserve and protect for future generations the most comprehensive aviation and space flight collection in the world.
For more on how you can help, visit Giving Opportunities.
Donald S. Lopez Memorial Fund