COVID-19 UPDATES

THE MUSEUM IS OPEN WITH THE FOLLOWING COVID-19 GUIDELINES

By order of Governor Kate Brown, face masks/coverings are required for businesses and members of the public visiting indoor public spaces and masks are required in outdoor situations if you cannot stay six feet from other people. Children under the age of 2 and anyone who has trouble breathing or a medical condition that prevents them from doing so, or is unconscious, incapacitate, or otherwise unable to remove the cover without assistance are exempt from this guideline.

COVID-19 social distancing policies are in effect, and visitor group size/tours are limited to 10 people. Timed entry is not in effect. In addition, the Museum is implementing a truncated movie schedule. The additional 30 minutes between films allows us to enhance our cleaning and disinfecting procedures between movie showings. Thank you in advance for your patience during the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide face coverings for our visitors, so please be sure bring your own face masks.

Visit our Hours & Admission page for current hours and admission pricing All discounts are still in effect, inquire at admissions for discount information.

The following museum features are currently open:

  • Liberty Belle Café
  • Museum Theater
  • Spruce Goose main cargo deck
  • Museum Store
  • MaxFlight Flight Simulator Ride
  • Guided Tours (limit 10 people with social distancing in effect)
  • DC-3 tours

Unfortunately some parts of the museum are closed to visitors due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation:

  • Spruce Goose Flight Deck tours
  • VC-9 "Air Force Two" tours
  • Outdoor Playground
  • Kids Biplane Ride
  • Kids Zone

For the safety of our young guests, all guests under the age of 17 years old must be accompanied by an adult (age 18 or older). Major credit cards accepted.

Active Military personnel admitted free with military ID. Veterans receive $4 admission discount with military ID. We accept AAA Discounts & Rewards.

We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and following the guidance of the Oregon Health Authority, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other health authorities. 

 

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