Take Your Kids To The Museum of Flying at The Santa Monica Airport

Parents and Teachers: Bring your kids on the ultimate field trip to the Museum of Flying at the Santa Monica Airport.

BONUS: Register on this page to reserve your spot for a 50% discounted ticket for adult and child admission (while supplies last, only for select dates).

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Event Details:

Where: Santa Monica Airport Museum of Flying
3100 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, California 90405
Parking: Lots of free parking in front of the Museum
Why: To let local families get access to airplanes and inspire kids to learn more about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). It’s also a great family photo opportunity!
When: Several dates to select from (see the form below):

See what parents say:

“You get to see all these planes on display and step into the cockpit of a 747. So many buttons, gadgets and instruments…”

“There are tons of planes and plane history and parts to explore. I enjoyed the cockpit that they actually let you climb inside. “

“This place was really cool. A lot of history and planes that the kids love. I will bring my grandkids next time.”

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The Venue – The Santa Monica Airport Museum of Flying

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3100 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405
The Museum of Flying is a private non-profit air and space museum in Santa Monica, California. It was founded in 1974 as the Douglas Museum and Library, renamed the Museum of Flying in 1989. The Museum exhibits the history of aviation, focusing on aviation history in Southern California.

The Museum of Flying at the Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California, features a display and exhibit area of nearly 22,000 square feet.

The Museum provides displays and interpretive exhibits on the history of flight and the development and growth of the aviation and aerospace industry in Southern California. The Museum places heavy emphasis on the Douglas Aircraft Company and the history of the Santa Monica Airport.

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