Air Mobility Command Museum

Dover, DE

Where is it at?

Air Mobility Command Museum
1301 Heritage Road

302 677 5938

Where are we going today?

Where do old airplanes go? The lucky ones go to the Air Mobility Command Museum—the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refueling history! If you want to climb inside an airplane big enough to swallow three buses you can explore our C-133. If aviation history is your thing, see several "First, Last or Only" aircraft from jet fighters to a WWII bomber complete with authentic nose art. Experience what it's like to fly a giant airplane—take a seat in one of our flight simulators. Junior aviators can "pilot" a mini-airplane to have their picture taken by mom and dad. It's all free from movies to guided tours.

A fascinating and educational look at the war-fighting and humanitarian effects they provide, plus free flight simulators for children 10 and up and a junior pilot's plane for a perfect picture opportunity for those 6 and under.

How much does it cost?

Adults: FREE!


Need a little extra help?

The main floor of the display hangar, museum store, and restrooms are handicapped accessible. The C-141B aircraft outside has a ramp for wheelchair access.


When can we go?

Open Tuesday through Sunday from 9am to 4pm. Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's


I’m Hungry!

Crackers, candy, and drinks are available in the museum store. - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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