Ask an Expert Talks. Museum experts regularly give short talks to the public about the history or personalities related to a specific artifact or exhibition on exhibit.
National Geography Awareness Week occurs every year in mid-November. In 2015, the Museum celebrated with a “Geography from Space” game at the Museum in Washington, DC and an online contest.
321 people participated in person, and 59 online. Participants came from 35 states and 19 countries.
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Open House. Visitors are given a behind-the-scenes look at the work that goes on at the Center.
Creative Mornings Event, co-hosted with Creative Mornings DC. This event drew young professionals for a light breakfast and a talk about science fiction’s creative treatments of space travel and time.
Presenter: Margaret Weitekamp, Space History Curator
NACA Centenary Symposium, “100 Years of Aerospace Research and Development,” co-sponsored with NASA
100 scholars attended
Cherry Blossom Concert, featuring the U.S. Air Force Band’s Max Impact at the Museum in Washington, DC
Spring and Summer Concert Series, featuring U.S. military bands, at the Museum in Washington, DC
"Music at the Museum" Summer Band Concert Series, featuring U.S. military and local bands at the Udvar-Hazy Center 1,000 attendees The "Music at the Museum" concert series was made possible by the generous support of The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation.
Independence Day Concert, featuring the United States Air Force Band's Ceremonial Brass Quintet at the Museum in Washington, DC
Holiday Concert Series, featuring the U.S. Air Force Bands, at the Museum in Washington, DC