Frequently Asked Questions


  • Admission
  • Parking
  • Group Visits
  • Photography
  • Animals
  • Food & Drink
  • Backpacks and Bags



Do I have to pay admission to get in the Museum? 

Yes, nominal admission fees are charged: These are currently $10 ages 12 and up, and $5 ages 5-11. Children 4 years and under are free. Active Duty military, National Guard and Reserve personnel with a current DOD ID card are admitted FREE year-round. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, their spouses/partners and immediate families are also admitted free with ID. The March Field Air Museum is now a Blue Star Museum!



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.)


Group Visits

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! Please click on the TOURS tab for more information and to schedule a tour.



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 NOT permitted, and we ask that you keep those items in your vehicle. Commercial photographers, please contact the museum in advance for permitting requirements.


Are pets allowed at the March Field Air Museum?

No, pets are not allowed on museum grounds. Only Service Dogs individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability are permitted. 


Are Backpacks and Camera Bags allowed at the March Field Air Museum?

No, Backpacks and Camera Bags are not allowed at the museum. We request that you secure these items in your vehicle before entering the museum.