The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC is temporarily closed.
The National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall will reopen on Friday, July 30. More information in our full COVID-19 statement.
Currently, the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Virginia is open.
The following things to do are temporarily closed.
The museum is transforming. 23 galleries and spaces are being reimagined for immersive learning. 1,400 new objects will go on display. Over 5,200 objects will be moved and conserved. As we renovate, a number of exhibitions are temporarily closed.
However, a limited number of exhibitions are open.
Temporarily Closed: Discover how things fly, learn how the International Space Station stays in orbit, and more.
Temporarily Closed: Fly jet-age combat sorties in simulators that let you perform 360-degree barrel rolls!
Temporarily Closed: Take a free tour of Museum highlights with one of our knowledgeable guides.
Temporarily Closed: See large format films projected on a screen five-stories-high with six-channel digital surround sound.
Temporarily Closed: Observe lunar craters, the phases of Venus, sunspots and more through telescopes at the Phoebe Waterman Haas Public Observatory.
Temporarily Closed: Listen to stories about famous aviators, hot-air balloon flights, and trips to Mars (for children 2 to 8).