Hours of Operation
The Museum occasionally closes to the public for special events.
Please call 863-904-6833 to confirm availability for your visit date.
Monday –10 AM-4 PM
Tuesday –10 AM-4 PM
Wednesday –10 AM-4 PM
Thursday – 10 AM-4 PM
Friday – 10 AM-4 PM
Saturday – 10 AM-4 PM
Sunday – 12 PM-4 PM
Tickets – General Admission
Purchase daily admission tickets at the entrance to the museum.
Adults – $15
Youth (11-17) – $10
Children (0-10) – Free
Seniors (65 or 50 w/AARP) – $12
Retired Military – $12
Active Duty Military (in Accordance with Blue Star Museums Program) – Free
Science on a Sphere (30 minute showing) – Additional $5 per person
The Florida Air Museum is a member of the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) and participates in the ASTC Travel Passport Program. As a reciprocal benefit, we offer free admission for up to four people, per membership card with an ASTC affiliated institution. Membership card and valid identification must be provided at the time of ticket purchase.
Florida Air Museum members are also eligible for reciprocal ASTC Passport benefits at other member science centers and museums. Local restrictions apply, see exclusions and list of participating venues.
Group pricing for 10 or more visitors is $12 for adults, and $8 for youth.For more information, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the safety of visitors and exhibits, we kindly request student tours be supervised by chaperones at no less than a 10:1 ratio.
Please e-mail for details.
Where to Eat
Visit nearby Lakeside Village for several restaurant options from casual to brewery to upscale, as well as plentiful shopping, movie theaters, and hotel rooms, all a short walk from one another. Downtown Lakeland offers many dining options, as well.
Where to Stay
Lakeland has many overnight options, from quaint boutique to large chain hotels and RV parks.
Near the airport FBO, you’ll find Hilton Garden Inn Lakeland and Staybridge Suites Lakeland West. There are additional hotel rooms available in nearby Lakeside Village; venture to downtown Lakeland to find even more places to stay.
In keeping with the goals of the American Disabilities Act (ADA), which guarantees equal and full access to employment and public services for people with disabilities, the Florida Air Museum (FAM) is committed to ensuring that its programs and services are accessible to the broadest range of people with disabilities. FAM does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its services, programs, or activities. Upon request, FAM will make its best effort to provide reasonable accommodations to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in all FAM services, programs, and activities.
FAM’s galleries are accessible to individuals of differing abilities through a variety of means and procedures. Primary exhibition space allows physical access for those with mobility issues.