Soar Together @ Air and Space is a monthly family-focused program from the National Air and Space Museum. By engaging in these activities and experiences, families can imagine their own futures by sharing in the stories of innovators and explorers from diverse backgrounds who challenged conventions and changed the world. Each month we will focus on a different theme.
For the foreseeable future, Soar Together will be available online for families to participate in, no matter where they live. Activities include scavenger hunts, videos, and hands-on demonstrations learners of all ages can do at home.
Activities from previous Soar Together events can be enjoyed anytime:
Discover how to solve problems like an engineer.
Get ready to gaze at the stars and enjoy all the sky has to offer.
Soar Together Favorites
Presenting highlights from the last year of virtual family programming.
Apollo 15 — 50th Anniversary
Commemorating the anniversary of Apollo 15 and the Lunar Roving Vehicle
Celebrating our Sun!
Careers in Aviation and Space
Exploring the many ways people can get involved in aviation and space.
Celebrating 60 years of humans traveling to and working in space.
High Speed Flight
Exploring planes that go fast: in racing, in the military, and in commercial aviation
Exploring Other Worlds
Diving into what we know about other planets and moons in our solar system and beyond.
Diving into how imagination and science fiction influence exploration and technology.
Exploring how the U.S. Navy uses aviation.
International Space Station & 20 Years of Humans in Space
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of continuous human presence in space.
Exploring the art and science of ballooning.
World War II
Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of the war.