Hesitant about hopping on a plane right now? How about learning all about the history of them instead?
The Air Zoo is reopening to the public on Monday, July 13 with new policies to ensure the safety of their guests.
For increased accessibility the Air Zoo has split admission into two segments: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1:30-5 p.m. Monday will be reserved for our vulnerable population.
All staff, volunteers, members, and guests, ages 2 and up, are required to wear masks/face coverings inside of the center, in common indoor spaces, and outdoors when not able to socially distance.
Everyone who enters either building will be temperature checked and asked to leave if there are signs of illness or a temperature of 100.4 or higher.
The Air Zoo has temporarily closed our rides, theater, flight simulators, and several hands-on interactives that are not easily disinfected for continued safety.
The Air Zoo encourages online ticketing to decrease contact and to ensure admission on busy days.
To learn more, visit airzoo.org.