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UPDATE: We have started our new Fall/Winter hours and will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 10AM - 4PM continuously. State guidelines still require face coverings while in public places, this includes the museum.
Festival of Flight flags flying outside of the Armstrong Air & Space Museum


Join the Armstrong Air & Space Museum for variety of activities and events:


Boo! On the Moon

October 31st 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Dress up and join the Armstrong Air & Space Museum as the organization hosts its annual Halloween event, "Boo! On the Moon," this Saturday, October 31st from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Museum galleries will be adorned in spooky and festive props and decorations. Check out the "terrifying tech-lab" as educators conduct fun demonstrations and experiments. The museum has also prepared nearly 300 goodie bags to pass out to children who visit that day. To help with costs, the museum will be offering half-off admission to children 12 years and younger who are dressed in a Halloween costume. This year in particular is particularly special because Halloween falls on both a full and blue moon!


Armstrong Holiday Lights Display

November 27th - January 3rd

The display contains tens of thousands of lights and features, including five rope-light sculptures from 7’ to 20’ high, including a Saturn V rocket and saluting astronaut. Visitors are welcome to explore the many elements across the grounds with several photo opportunities within the display. Please refrain from touching lights, sculptures, or cords.

If you take any pictures of the lights throughout the holiday season please post them using #AASMLights

Like our Holiday Lights Facebook page HERE




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