Free parking is available for cars, buses, campers, and RVs.
The museum operates an extensive gift shop with hundreds of items related to the museum, aviation, and space exploration, including the popular space ice cream! Prices range from $0.10 to $150.
The entire museum is wheelchair accessible. Please note that only 6-8 wheelchairs can be placed in the Astro Theater at one time.
There are a limited number of picnic tables on the museum grounds. Vending machines offer beverages and snacks on site.
There are also a number of fast food restaurants within a half mile of the museum and full service restaurants throughout the community. View local restaurant options.
As you plan a multi-day visit to the Armstrong Air and Space Museum and west central Ohio, there are several lodging options in close proximity to the museum. View local accommodations.
There are several locations of interest in Wapakoneta that relate to Neil Armstrong – where he lived, went to school, attended church, worked as a teenager, and learned to fly. While in Wapakoneta, you may want to visit these as well.
After you visit the Armstrong Air and Space Museum, you may want to consider visiting the many other fun and interesting attractions in west central Ohio. View details of regional attractions.
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The museum is owned by the State of Ohio, is part of the Ohio History Connection's statewide system of historic sites and museums, and is operated by the local Armstrong Air and Space Museum Association. Neil Armstrong was never involved in the management of the museum nor benefited from it in any way.
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