Long Island's Air and Space Museum
Preserving Long Island's rich aerospace heritage of discovery and inspiring future generations through science and technology.
Over 75 air and space craft in 8 galleries chronicling 100 years of aerospace adventure.
This state-of-the-art, all-digital system will take you on journeys you’ve only imagined.
The 70mm film format is 10 times the size of conventional film and the highest quality in the world.
From the Arcade to the Living Room: A Video Game Retrospective, 1972-1999
Interactive play area for young aviators up to 6 years of age can build and explore.
The beautifully restored, historic, 100 year old carousel is located adjacent to the museum.
An Evening with Kobie Boykins - NASA Engineer
The Cradle of Aviation Museum and National Geographic Live present
An Evening with Kobie Boykins, NASA Engineer
A dynamic young engineer at NASA‘s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kobie Boykins is on the front line of Mars exploration. Boykins designed the solar arrays that power the Mars exploration rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. Most recently, Boykins was responsible for the design of actuators on Curiosity, the Mars Science Laboratory, which safely landed on Mars on August 6, 2012.
Cost: $10 per person. Free for museum members.
Space is limited and reservations are required. Call 516-572-4066, M-F from 10AM-4PM to reserve your seat.
Open Tuesday-Sunday, 9:30-5:00
Open Mondays that fall on Holidays and School Breaks
Open Monday, 2/20 for President's Day.
Museum includes aviation museum galleries and Junior Jet Club
Planetarium & Dome Theater Shows
Museum and Show Combo
Combo includes the museum and a single Planetarium or Dome Theater show.
*Children ages 2-12, Senior Citizens 62+, Military Personnel, Volunteer Firemen & Non-Ambulatory Visitors
Junior Jet Club $2.50
Nunley's Carousel $2