Museum in DC

The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC boasts the most dazzling array of flight icons ever assembled in one place. Artifacts throughout the Museum span the history of flight, documenting major historical and technical achievements.

Major Renovation Underway - Museum Open Through Construction

Over the next several years we will be renovating all of our exhibitions and welcoming a bold new future. The Museum will remain open throughout the seven-year project with phased closures and openings of our galleries, as well as our shops, theaters, and cafe. Museum favorites will remain on display including the 1903 Wright Flyer, Spirit of St. Louis, Bell X-1, and an Apollo lunar module.

Please contact the Office of Special Events at (202) 633-2340 for more information.