Accessibility

Pima Air and Space Museum

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.

Both the “Boneyard”/AMARG Bus Tour and the Tram Tour of the Pima Air & Space Museum’s grounds are available with accessible seating however we need advanced notification: a minimum of 10 business days for the “Boneyard”/AMARG bus, 30 minutes for the Tram.

We have limited accessible exhibits for children. Currently only the Lunar Landing Simulator in the Dorothy Finley Space Gallery can be accessed from a standard-height wheelchair (there is no paved path to the Space Gallery.)

Pima Air & Space Museum does not have wheelchairs available