Where do old airplanes go? The lucky ones go to the Air Mobility Command Museum—the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refueling history!
The museum houses more than 30 aircraft varying in roles and sizes. Cargo haulers, fighters, helicopters, a presidential aircraft, and even a bomber; the museum has a little bit of everything!
Official site of the AMC Museum
This list will be updated as more information becomes available.
FULL SCHEDULE (click link)
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September 14 - 15
10am GATES OPEN
(schedule subject to change)
DOVER AFB RAMP PARKING
STATIC DISPLAY LAYOUT
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"There are only 5 Bus/RV parking spaces at the Air Mobility Command Museum, and they are first come, first serve. Vehicles parked at the AMC Museum MUST leave the parking lot by 5 p.m. each night. There will be NO overnight parking"
Contact the AMC Museum at 302-677-5938 for more information.
Commercial Sponsorship: Marketing
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Media: Public Affairs
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Volunteers: Civic Outreach
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All visitors are subject to search by Security Forces at any time on the installation and will NOT be allowed to pass through security with any of the following items:- Weapons of any kind (e.g., pocket knives, box cutters, tools, scissors, billy clubs, heavy chain-link jewelry or belts, mace, pepper spray, etc.)- Firearms of any type or toys resembling firearms- Fireworks- Spray paint- Silly string- Glass containers of any kind- Alcohol- Illegal drugs- Bicycles- Skateboards, roller skates or roller blades- Coolers- Large umbrellas or portable tents- Backpacks and rucksacks- Pets (service animals allowed)
- Hearing protection
- Bug spray (no aerosol cans)
- Comfortable shoes
- Water bottle/canteen (free water available)
- Handheld camera or camcorder
- Camera bags no larger than 12"x12"
- Folding chairs or stools