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Pima Air and Space Museum at Arizona
Pima Air and Space Museum
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Travel Through Time At The Pima Air & Space Museum

As one of the largest aviation museums in the world, the Pima Air & Space Museum is home to more than 300 historic aircraft and spacecraft on its 80-acre site in Tucson, AZ. For 40 years, the museum has invited visitors to explore the history of air and space flight through five museum hangars filled with interesting exhibits, memorabilia, and aviation artifacts. Enjoy a guided walking tour of the museum or ride the tram to visit their collection of full-size aircraft, including a Wright Flyer and a 787 Dreamliner. The museum is also home to the "Aircraft Boneyard", a U.S. military and government aircraft storage facility.


Prices -

Admission is $15.50 adults; $12.75 seniors (65+) and Military; $9 junior (5-12); Children 4 and under enter free. Some tours require additional fee.

Hours -

Open daily from 9am-5pm, except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Last entry time is at 3pm.


  • Soarin' Saturdays
  • Great Paper Airplane Fly-Off
  • Night Wings


  • Guided Tours
  • Space Gallery
  • Outdoor Plane Exhibits
  • Great Paper Airplane
  • Museum Store
  • Flight Grill Restaurant


  • When are tours of the museum?

    Docent-led walking tours are offered daily at 10:30am in the Main Hangar, and at 11:30am in Hangar 3. Daily tram tours are offered at 10:00am, 11:30am & 1:30pm. Additional walking tours are offered at 1:30pm in the Main Hangar, and at 2:30pm in Hangar 3, from December-May. Boneyard tour days and times vary. See the Tours Page for more detailed information.
  • Should I make a reservation for my family's tour?

    No, advanced tour reservations are only offered for groups of 20 or more. Because a limited number of tour seats are offered on the day of the tour, it is a good idea to arrive well in advance of the standard scheduled tour time. Schools and other groups of 20 or more can call (520) 574-0462 or email tours@pimaair.org to book a tour reservation.

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