Join the Armstrong Air & Space Museum for variety of activities and events:
Now - January 31st
The 2019 Edition of the Armstrong Air & Space Museum holiday lights display is currently running nightly through January 31st starting at dusk until dawn. The lights are all outside and do not cost anything to view.
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
DUE TO RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE FOR THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Spend the weekend at the Museum enjoying all aspects of rocketry. See rocket launches, launch rockets using a range of different materials, and more!
Event is free and open to the public; Museum admission required to tour the museum. Guided tours are available throughout the weekend.
July 12 - 20, 2020
Mark your calendars for a week long festival with activities occurring all throughout the town and at the Armstrong Air & Space Museum to celebrate everything space and the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The Downtown Street Festival will occur July 16th - 18th with live music, beer garden, Moon Market, family games, bed races, fishing derby, canoe races and wiener dog races plus more great experiences planned.
The largest events and activities to happen at the Armstrong Museum will occur July 17th - 19th including free outdoor family activities, special presentations and exhibits plus the Run To The Moon 5K, 10K, and 1 Mile Fun Run. Admission payment required to tour the museum.
Click here to visit our event calendar!