Frequently Asked Questions
When is the Museum open?
We are open:
- Wednesdays from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
- Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
How much does it cost?
Cash or Credit?
We accept cash, and all major credit card providers
Are museum grounds open after hours?
No, the grounds are closed when the museum closes.
How accessible is the museum?
The entire museum is accessible for stroller and wheelchair use.
Can I go for a ride in one of the planes?
No rides are available in museum aircraft.
Can I touch or climb-in/or on the planes?
During programs some planes are able to be climbed into. Otherwise please refrain from climbing, or touching our planes. Our aircraft are flight worthy, please help us keep ’em flying.
Are pets permitted in the museum?
Pets are not permitted at the museum, however service animals are welcome.
Am I permitted to bring my own food or beverages to the museum?
Food is not permitted, water bottles are welcome. There is no onsite eating, or table space available.
Does the museum offer a military discount?
Yes, we offer a discounted admission price, and 20% off public programming. However there is no discount available for our educational programming.
Can I take pictures?
Yes, taking pictures is encouraged. Please tag us at #tristatewarbirdmuseum!
How long does it take to visit?
Approximately an hour and a half.
Is there a gift shop at the Tri-State Warbird Museum?
There are t-shirts, and other items for purchase at the front desk.
Do I have to wear a mask?
It is up to you. We ask that you do your best to remain socially distanced from those outside your group and respect the space of others around you.
Can my class visit the Museum for a field trip?
Absolutely! Please fill out our Field Trip Request form.
How can I volunteer to help the Tri-State Warbird Museum?
Volunteers are at the heart of the Museum! There are many opportunities to volunteer. Find out more here!
What kind of donations do you accept?
The Museum receives many different kinds of donations. The Museum accepts financial donations, memorabilia, artifacts, vehicles and aircraft. We can also accept a donation made through your estate planning. We are an accredited non-profit 501(c)3 Corporation so donations are tax deductible. We suggest contacting your tax accountant regarding the tax benefits you are entitled to when making a donation to the Tri-State Warbird Museum.
See our Ways to Give page for more details.