Join us on Saturday May 5th at 6 PM as we welcome the Flying Toasters to the airpark! For more information about the event or to purchase a ticket click here.
Come check out our newly restored B-58 Hustler when you check out our museum! This is one of only 8 remaining B-58’s in existence. There were 116 ordered by the United States Air Force and those that existed at the end of the 1960’s went to the boneyard, Davis-Monthan, in late 1969 and early 1970. […]
The United States Air Force became a separate military service on September 18, 1947 when the National Security Act of 1947 was implemented. Thank you to all the brave men and women who have served over the past 70 years.
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The Grissom Air Museum will be open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. now until Thanksgiving. For special tours, please contact us.
Let us all take time from our professional and personal schedules to pay honor to those brave men and women that have served this country with dignity and bravery, our American Veterans. Celebrate Veterans Day at the museum on the Saturday before that National Holiday. We will offer FREE admission to all veterans, as well […]
The Grissom Air Museum is designed to bring people together for the a common cause, such as aircraft restoration and maintenance. The museum has 25 military aircraft on display, and these planes are located in the outdoors. After many Indiana winters, these aircraft need, and deserve, a quality care program. If you are blessed with […]
Grissom Air Museum’s 26th Annual “Warbird Cruise In” Car, Truck, and Cycle Show was held on Saturday. August 5th (Gates Open at 7:30 AM) Over 216 vehicles were on display. Entrees, you have a chance to win: -Sponsor/Vendor Prizes -50/50 Drawing -“Best of Show” Award -Riggs Memorial Award – Fivecoate Memorial Award -Muchler Memorial Trophy […]
It is now time for you to schedule your guided tour. These tours include one or more of our outstanding volunteer guides who will help bring the displays and aircraft alive with stories and information you desperately need. All of our guides are former military who either served on our base, or have lived in […]
During the height of the Cold War, the Strategic Air Command developed a small fleet of supersonic weapon systems capable of destroying entire nations. Then they selected an elite group of airmen to make the system credible. This Armed Forces Day weekend many of these “right stuff” aircrew and support staff will come home to […]