Face coverings are now required in all indoor areas. The museum will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 10AM-4PM with the last ticket sold at 4PM. The museum will be closed to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays.
How did the Armstrong Museum end up in Wapakoneta? How was it built? Why is it shaped the way it is? In the spring of 2022, check out our newest exhibition titled Fifty Years of Inspiration, as it goes through the fascinating and curious history of our museum and how it has changed over the last half-century!
SPEAKER SERIES EVENTS:
Learn more about aviation and aerospace history through our 2022 Speaker Series. These captivating and specialized talks will cover a wide variety of topics of conversation related to the history of the museum and early aviation and space history in the United States. Click HERE for more information.
One aspect of Neil Armstrong's life that is seldom studied or talked about is the forty years after his famous first steps. With artifacts like the Learjet 28 Longhorn, our museum is helping shine light on the life and legacy of Mr. Armstrong after his career as an astronaut. Join us on July 20, 2022, as we officially dedicate this aircraft as it makes its final home here at the museum.