The Palm Springs Air Museum reopens to the public June 1 on a limited basis as an open-air museum. All hangar doors will remain open during business hours.
Children 12 and under will be admitted free with paying adult. The air museum have added safety protocols to ensure a safe reopening, including taking temperatures of all staff and arriving visitors.
Masks are required and will be available on site. Visitor group size is limited to six or fewer. Social distancing of at least 6 feet between people will be in effect and clearly marked in all areas that require queuing such as admissions, gift shop, and restrooms.
Limited occupancy will be restricted to five guests per 1,000 square feet at any given time. (1 out/1 in rule to be monitored by museum personnel). Maximum occupancy is limited to the facility of 375 people. Restrooms will be sanitized every two hours during business hours
The Palm Springs Air Museum contains over 60 vintage aircraft from World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War contained in 86,000 square feet of open hangars and on the tarmac. Additional displays and memorabilia are located throughout the hangars.
Hours are 10 to 5 daily. Admission rates range from $11.50 to $18.50. Discounts for seniors and teenagers. Active military and immediate family are free with ID.
For more info, visit palmspringsairmuseum.org or call 760-778-6262 during business hours.
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