Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum
Denver, CO 80230
- Sun 12pm-5pm, Mon-Sat 10am-5pm
Featuring over three dozen historic airplanes and space vehicles, with additional exhibits, including a history of avionics and a display of military uniforms and artifacts.
Whatever your age, background and career, there is something at Wings Over the Rockies for you. You are sure to find friendly staff and volunteers to make your museum experience special. During your visit this summer, you will also be among visiting members of the “greatest generation” whose World War II service made safe our way of life, as well as potential future astronauts and other members of the first generation who will walk on Mars!
Tips from foursquare
One of two venues where you can see a B1-A Lancer! And check out the 3/4 scale X-Wing fighter - complete with R2-D2 behind the cockpit!
The "nose art" display is fantastic!
Denver's only air and space museum and worth a trip. More than just planes, too.
Check out the 3/4 scale X-Wing fighter - complete with R2-D2 behind the cockpit!
Check out the short video that plays in the theater on the top of every hour and every half hour!
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Upcoming Events Here
Personal reflections, memorabilia and artifacts from astronauts with Colorado ties.
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. second Sat. of every month
Open cockpit events.
6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. January 25
Featuring Tommy Davidson and Craig Shoemaker.