The museum is accessible by wheelchair or motorized scooter, but we do not have any on-site to rent or loan out to guests.
Leashed pets are permitted to walk both inside the buildings and on the museum’s outside grounds. Please note that only service animals can join you in the restaurant and on tram or AMARG tours.
With the exception of water, outside food and drink is not permitted on the museum’s property. There is a restaurant on-site that serves lunch and snacks.
There is plenty of free parking available for guests to park an RV during the day while they visit the museum. Please note that overnight parking is not permitted.
The typical museum visit is approximately 3-4 hours. Two-day passes are available for guests who’d like to spread their visit over two days.
Guests can get close to the aircraft, but they are not permitted to go inside most planes.
Limited space is available if needed to store luggage while guests visit the museum.
A discounted price for museum admission is offered to active duty military personnel only.
The museum is not part of a salvage yard, and it does not sell airplanes or airplane parts. The aircraft collection displayed at the museum has been restored for guests to view and is not for sale.
Non-commercial photography and video recording are permitted. Commercial photography is not allowed without written permission. To arrange a commercial photo or video recording session, please contact the foundation’s Advertising Manager at [email protected].
Currently, we do not take reservations or sell tickets in advance. Museum admission is purchased the day of the visit. Reservations are only accepted for groups of 20 or more guests arriving together and making one payment. Click here for information regarding group visits.
Pima Air & Space Museum