San Diego Air & Space Museum
The ever inspiring San Diego Air and Space Museum celebrates the remarkable journey of aviation and space flight history and technology. Visitors to the museum can view some of the oldest and most significant aircraft specimens in history, ranging from the “Golden Age” of Barnstormers, to the exciting World War I Gallery, and even to artifacts of Space Travel. Your journey through the history of flight begins as you stand beneath a model of the Montgolfier brothers’ hot air balloon of 1783 – the first manned vehicle in recorded history to break the bonds of gravity and lift humans up and off of Earth.
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Now open this spring is Riplely’s Believe It or Not! This is the first time a Ripley’s exhibition has been to San Diego since the California Pacific International Exposition in 1935. The Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Exhibition is a self-guided, self-paced interactive tour that is fun for the whole family and surely is San Diego’s most bizarre attraction.
The Museum’s display of space age technology is constantly evolving as we have only just begun to uncover the wonders of outer space!
(619)234-8291 | 2001 Pan American Plaza | www.sandiegoairandspace.org
Throughout the year the museum hosts a calendar of fun family days and special education events. Also, don’t forget about Resident Free Tuesday! The San Diego Air & Space Museum is free the 4th Tuesday of every month to San Diego County Residents, San Diego County College Students, Active Duty Military and their dependents. You must show a valid ID to receive free admission.
10am-4:30pm, final entry at 4pm
Regular museum pricing
Adults (12 and over): $17.50
Senior/Student/Retired Military w/ ID: $14.50
Youth (3-11 years): $7
Children 2 and Under: FREE
SDASM Members: FREE
Active Duty Military: FREE
Max Flight Simulator: $8 per person
*Price includes access to the general Museum galleries.
(619) 234.8291. www.aerospacemuseum.org. Mass Transit bus route # 7.
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