What's New at the Museum
The second installment of the museum's timeline exhibits, the 1920s display brings the visitor into a simulated wooden hangar maintenance area where they can view a number a period artifacts in an interactive setting. From a period pilot's logbook, a leather flight helmet and a MORSE biplane wing under repair to a Curtiss OXX - 6 aircraft engine the display immerses each visitor into the world of 1920 s March Field.
The museum has just completed a display highlighting one of our
most treasured artifacts, Space Shuttle Main Engine Nozzle Unit # 2029. During the operational period of NASA’s STS program between 1981 and 2011, every Space Shuttle was equipped with three RS-25 main rocket engines; each engine had an individual exhaust nozzle. A veteran of five space flights, nozzle #2029 flew on three Endeavor and two Atlantis missions from 1994 through 1996 before being retired to the metallurgy lab where NASA conducted tests on the impact of the burning propellant on the nozzles components.
Where stories of civilian and military aviation and March Field come alive!
$10.00 12 years old and up 22550 Van Buren Blvd.
$ 5.00 11-5 years old Riverside, CA 92518
Free 4 years old and under 951.902.5949
Free Ative Duty Military and Reserves
with DOD ID card
We are Open:
Tuesday-Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and most Holidays
We are Closed:
New Years Day - Thanksgiving - Christmas
The Yeager Family Library is now OPEN! Please click on picture for more information
You are invited to join the museum and Synergy Paranormal in investigative tours held from 10 PM to 2 AM once per month. Click on the picture for more details.