Hangar 1 North
Hangar 1 is the entrance to the Museum, and also the departure point for the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) "Boneyard" tours. Here you may purchase admission tickets to the Museum and browse our Museum Store.
Hangar 1 South
Spirit of Freedom Hangar
Hangar 1 South, the Spirit of Freedom Hangar, houses the more rare and important aircraft in the Museum’s collection, including the Lockheed SR-71 “Blackbird”, the only remaining Martin PBM-5A “Mariner”, and the very rare North American F-107.
Hangar 3 Dedicated to World War II aircraft, the exhibits include a B-24 "Liberator" heavy bomber, a Mitchell B-25 of the type used in the Doolittle raid on Tokyo, an A-25, and suspended overhead are rare combat gliders. You'll also view the Fi-156 "Storch," a rare WWII German light observation.
Located in Hangar 4 is a pristine selection of restored aircraft and a variety of World War II-related exhibits, including a beautifully restored B-29 Superfortress.
Hangar 5 is a general use restoration hangar. Windows allow visitors to view the process of aircraft restoration as the Museum staff and volunteers work to rebuild historic aircraft.
390th Memorial Museum
Imagine walking inside an original World War II barracks, the type that was used at Davis-Monthan AFB until the 1960's. A Historic Artifact, the building was relocated to the Pima Air & Space Museum.
dorothy finley Space Gallery
Look inside a training version of an Apollo space capsule, see a moon rock, learn about the Phoenix Mars mission at an interactive exhibit, and follow a timeline of the space race and see many other fascinating exhibits pertaining to space.
Other Outside Exhibits
Convair B-36J Peacemaker
Boeing B-29 Superfortress
The B-29 Superfortress was designed as what the Army Air Forces called a "Hemisphere Defense Weapon."
Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird
The last of a small family of aircraft built by Lockheed’s famous Skunk Works, the R-71A is one of the most recognized aircraft ever built.
Fairchild A-10A Thunderbolt II
Called the Warthog by its pilots and ground crews the A-10A is not the prettiest aircraft ever built, but it is extremely good at its job — killing tanks.
Douglas B-23 Dragon