Explore Air and Space Online

Mars Exploration Rover

Exploring Other Worlds

Astronaut Victor Glover training at the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab, 2014.

What's It Like to Train As An Astronaut?

Vance H. Marchbanks Jr.

NASA Doctor and Public Health Pioneer

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Air and Space Anywhere

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Apollo at 50

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While both of our locations are temporarily closed, we encourage you to explore air and space through our online content.

The exterior of the National Air and Space Museum

National Air and Space Museum

Washingon, DC

Temporarily Closed

Virtual Tour

The exterior of the Steven H. Udvar-Hazy center.

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

Chantilly, VA

Temporarily Closed

Virtual Tour

Museum Transformation

Be the Spark

A major renovation is underway as we reimagine all 23 galleries and presentation spaces i our iconic National Mall building in Washington, DC.  Join us as we inspire a new generation of pioneers and explorers.

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At a deeper level, I think the museum makes visitors feel proud to be human –

to be members of a species that has traveled from a lonely beach at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, to the dusty surface of the moon in less than seven decades..." - John H. Glenn, Jr