Experience hands-on history at the National Naval Aviation Museum located on board Pensacola Naval Air Station. See more than 4,000 artifacts and over 150 beautifully restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation. Experience the thrill of flight in the Flight Simulators, catch all the drama and power of the amazing Giant Screen Digital Theater and refresh with a tasty lunch in the authentic Cubi Bar Cafe. Then take home the spirit of Naval Aviation with a unique memento from The Flight Deck Store.
The National Naval Aviation Museum is among the world’s largest air and space museums with 150 vintage aircraft, such as the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Military banquet seating can be arranged in the atrium underneath the famous Blue Angels who call NAS Pensacola home. A meeting can be paired with a museum tour, IMAX movie or Blue Angels practice session that’s sure to awe meeting attendees.
“New Mask Guideline- Effective immediately as directed by the Department of Defense, all visitors must wear a mask while inside the museum regardless of vaccination status.
All ID requirements outlined below remain in effect.
The National Naval Aviation Museum is open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. to current Department of Defense (DoD) ID cardholders. Access to NAS Pensacola is limited to current Department of Defense (DoD) ID card holders (active duty service members, retirees, and their families) and Veterans who possess a Veterans Health Identification Card (VHIC) from the Department of Veterans Affairs that displays the Veteran’s eligibility status. DoD ID card holders can escort guests as part of the Trusted Traveler Program, but must remain with their guests at all times.
Unless sponsored through the Trusted Traveler program, no civilians will be granted access onto the base until further notice, and thus will not be able to access the National Naval Aviation Museum.
We have established a special visitor information line at 850-452-8450 for answers to your questions about visiting the museum and attending Blue Angels practice air shows. Plan your visit today!”