Featuring about 400 historic aircraft, from a Wright Flyer to a 787 Dreamliner. Sitting on 80 acres the museum opened its doors to the public in May of 1976. Over the past forty years, the museum has grown immensely and today encompasses six indoor exhibit hangars (three dedicated to WWII).
Hours of Operation
SUMMER HOURS (June – September)
7 Days a Week 9 AM – 3 PM
Last Admission at 1:30 PM
WINTER HOURS (October – May)
7 Days a Week 9 AM – 5 PM
Last Admission at 3 PM
Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas Day
1 Day | 2 Day
Adult (age 13+)
$18.50 | $24.00
Pima County Resident
$15.25 | $20.25
Senior (age 65+)
$15.75 | $20.75
Junior (ages 5 – 12)
$12.00 | $15.50
Child (ages 0 – 4)
Free | Free
Group of 50+
email [email protected] for pricing
From Interstate-10 take Valencia Rd. (exit 267) east 2 miles to the museum entrance.
From northeast Tucson, take Kolb Rd. south to Valencia Rd. and turn west on Valencia to the museum entrance.
The closest public airport is Tucson International Airport (5.5 miles away). Phoenix International Airport is approximately 2 hours from the Pima Air & Space grounds. Private pilots may also consider flying into Ryan Field.
View hangar and grounds maps of the Pima Air & Space Museum. The museum has grown immensely and today encompasses six indoor exhibit hangars (three dedicated to WWII) across over 250,000 square feet of indoor display space. It also spans across 80 acres and has over 400 aircraft on display.
All of the museum buildings are accessible. The floors are poured cement. Accessible parking spaces (handicapped permit required) are located near the entrance to the museum. A paved walkway connects the Main Hangar, Hangar 3, 4 and 5 while the remainder of the outdoor acreage is generally hard-packed dirt. It can be difficult for a thin-wheeled vehicle to move easily in the areas with loose sand when viewing the 150 aircraft outdoors.
Pima Air & Space Museum does not have wheelchairs available.
Pima Air & Space Museum