Open Daily

9 am – 5 pm | Closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas

Soar through decades of aerospace innovation at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum.

Discover more than 150 aircraft, spacecraft, and exhibits that tell the story of flight and space exploration with unique historic artifacts, including American aviation icon the Spruce Goose, SR-71 Blackbird, and the Titan II Space Launch Vehicle with its original launch room.

Only have an hour? Plan a quick visit

Admission Passes

Admissions Passes can be purchased in advance online or on the day of  your visit. Explore your admissions options and pricing…

Guided Tours

Venture into the Spruce Goose on a cockpit tour or dive into all our exhibits and aircraft with an in-depth docent-guided tour.

We also offer free docent led tours, twice daily.

Refuel in style at the Aviator Café

The Aviator Café features Ham, Turkey, PB&J Sandwiches, Chicken Wraps, Hot Dogs, Salads,  Cookies, and Other Tasty Treats.

Open Daily | 11 am – 3 pm
Summer Hours | 10 am – 4 pm

Birthday Parties

Make their next birthday unforgettable at Evergreen Museum!

We balance aerospace fun and science with your choice of aviation or space-themed parties and a gift for the birthday kid.

Flight simulator

You can fly the Spruce Goose – or the F18 Fighter Jet, WWII Fighters, or even a roller coaster!!!

One to two riders can experience the thrill of soaring in a fully immersive virtual flight scenario on the MaxFlight Flight Simulator!

Choose from three different ride options, or try out all three: Flight simulator, combat flight simulator, and virtual rollercoaster.

Single Rider: $12
Museum Member: $10

There is a height requirement; children at least 42 inches tall may ride but must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Children 48 inches tall may ride solo. A single rider cannot exceed 300 lbs. There is a maximum of two riders for a total weight not to exceed 500 lbs. The Flight Simulator ride is not recommended for guests with high blood pressure, back, neck, or bone injury, recent surgery or illness, pregnancy, or heart trouble.

Carlton Observatory

The Carlton Observatory at Evergreen is showcasing all of its telescopes for Museum visitors to explore while it fundraises for its state-of-the-art facility. This includes a 135-year-old telescope that they assembled for the first time in more than 50 years.

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is dedicated to ensuring our campus is accessible for all who want to be inspired by aerospace history and innovation.

All of our buildings, restrooms, and café are fully wheelchair accessible. Elevators are located in both the Aviation and Space Museums for second-floor access. Wheelchair ramps are located at the entrance of the Evergreen Theater and there is space for wheelchairs inside the theater.

Complimentary wheelchairs are available for use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Wheelchairs are checked out at the front desk of each building, and guests are required to leave a photo ID while using the wheelchairs to explore the Museum.

500 Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way, McMinnville, OR 97128

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is located 3.5 miles southeast of McMinnville, Oregon, on Highway 18 across from the McMinnville Municipal Airport. It is approximately one hour from Portland and 40 minutes from Salem.