Space Celebration – July 22 - Aug. 7, 2021
50 years ago Apollo 15 completed the fourth successful moon landing mission with an all-U.S. Air Force crew. To commemorate this anniversary, the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will hold a 17-day celebration the whole family will enjoy.
Highlights of the event include:
- Interactive Space Exhibit: Space: A Journey to Our Future (Throughout event)
- The Beauty of Space Art Exhibit (Throughout event)
- Special Presentation on Living and Working in Space by NMUSAF Historian Dr. Doug Lantry (July 23)
- Displays of rarely seen space artifacts (July 24, 31)
- Special Presentation on the Titan IVB by Col. (Ret.) Elena Oberg (July 24, 25, Aug 7)
- Appearances by fictional space characters (July 24, 31, Aug 7)
- Space activities led by the Boonshoft Museum (July 24, 31, Aug 7)
- Special Presentation on Space Suits by NMUSAF Historian Dr. Doug Lantry (Aug 1)
- A Lunar Rover Vehicle on display from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum (Aug 2)
- Solar System 5K Fun Run (Aug 5)
- Rocket Day – Build and launch rockets (Aug 7)
Dates/times subject to change, please visit our website
for a full schedule of activities.