Frequently Asked Questions
- Group Visits
- Food & Drink
- Backpacks and Bags
Do I have to pay admission to get in the Museum?
Yes, nominal admission fees are charged:
Adult $15.00 (12 years and older)
Senior $12.00 (62 years and older)
Veteran $10.00 (Thank you for your Service)
Children $6.00 (5-11 years old)
Children 4 years old and under FREE
Museum Members FREE
Active Duty, Active Guard and Active Reserves with DOD ID card FREE
(Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend: We are a Blue Star Museum! Active Duty, Guard and Reserves spouse/partner and immediate family admitted FREE with ID)
Military Veterans - free admission offered on selected dates (please see below)
Do I have to pay for parking?
Parking at the March Field Air Museum is FREE (except on very rare occasions such as major special events). Please lock your vehicle and secure all contents; the museum cannot be responsible for loss or damage. (Parking lot closes 15 minutes after the museum closes.)
Can groups visit the March Field Air Museum?
Yes, groups are welcome at the museum. For a special experience, consider a guided tour for your group!
Is photography allowed at the March Field Air Museum?
Yes, informal "vacation style" picture taking and home videotaping are permitted throughout the museum. Tripods, Monopods, and Camera bags are permitted. We ask that you limit it to one camera stand and one camera bag per person.
Commercial photographers, please contact the museum in advance for permitting requirements.
Are pets allowed at the March Field Air Museum?
Service Dods are allowed, all ofther pets are not allowed on museum grounds.
Food and Drink
Can I bring in Food and Drinks?
Yes, you can bring in (non-alcoholic) drinks in resealable containers and snack food pre-packaged . Picnic lunches are allowed, but only in designated areas.
Are Backpacks and Camera Bags allowed at the March Field Air Museum?
Yes, Backpacks and Camera Bags are allowed at the museum. We ask that it be limited to one Backpack and one Camera bag per person.