Plan Your Visit

FREE Admission | FREE Parking

Open Daily 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Except Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve 9 am to 1 pm

Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day

The Museum of Aviation is situated on 51 acres next to Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Georgia. The facility includes four large exhibit buildings which house some of the 85 historic U.S. Air Force aircraft, missiles, cockpits and award-winning exhibits. The Museum of Aviation is the home of Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame located on the second floor of the Century of Flight Hangar.

See below for more information on the following:

  • Visitor's Guidelines
  • Gift Shop
  • Wheelchair Availability
  • Tours (Self-Guided, Guided)


Visitor's Guidelines

We want to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable visit to the Museum of Aviation. Please keep the
following in mind to ensure the safety of yourself and others who are visiting:

No Unsupervised Children or Youth Groups - All children and youth groups must be accompanied by supervising adults. Groups must check in at the Eagle Desk. If the group is unscheduled the Volunteer will have the group leader read and sign the Self-Guided Field Trip form.
No Climbing onto or Entering Aircraft or Vehicles
No Bicycles, Skate Boards, Skates, Roller Blades or Roller Shoes, Running, Horseplay, or Loud Behavior
No Crossing of Roped or Barricaded Areas
No Pets - Seeing eye and other special needs animals are permitted.
No Smoking Inside any Building, Aircraft or Exhibit
No Intoxicated Persons or Illegal Drug Use Permitted
Shoes, Shirts, and other Appropriate Attire Must Be Worn

Museum of Aviation Foundation Jet Fuel Java & Aviation Gift Shop

Monday - Saturday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (0930-1700 hrs)
Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm (1200-1700 hrs)
Visit the Museum of Aviation Gift Shop

Wheelchair Availability

Manual wheelchairs are available for visitors at no charge on a first come first serve basis.
The Eagle Building, Hangar One, and Century of Flight are equipped with wheelchair accessible doors.

Tours

Self-Guided Tours
Groups must check in at the Eagle Desk. If the group is unscheduled, the Volunteer will have the group leader read and sign the Self-Guided Field Trip form.
The Museum offers downloadable resources to assist you as you guide your group through the hangars.

For self-guided tours of 20 or more, please contact Candi James at 478-926-5558 or cjames@museumofaviation.org.

Guided Tours
The Guided Tour is a tour of one or more buildings at the Museum for ages 5-Adult.
Guided Tours are history based tours led by exceptionally trained staff.
Guided Tours last approximately 1 ½ hours.
Guided Tours are scheduled for Tuesday – Saturdays and are $3 per person.
The minimum number of participants required for Guided Tours is 20 and the maximum is 100.
Schedule A Guided Tour

Special Guided Tours:
World War II Tour Program Featuring The Tuskegee Airmen
Family Life in America During WWII

Museum of Aviation Foundation 504 Plan
Museum of Aviation Foundation 504 Plan

*Please note that the Victory Cafe has closed.  The Museum of Aviation no longer has lunch available on site.  Outside arrangements must be made by the field trip organizer for lunch to be brought in.  You are welcome to bring sack lunches or you may request a list of preferred caterers from your field trip organizer.  All food and trash must be cleaned up and disposed of in designated waste containers.