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The National Naval Aviation Museum is the world’s largest Naval Aviation museum and one of the most-visited museums in the state of Florida. Share the excitement of Naval Aviation’s rich history and see more than 150 beautifully restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aviation. These historic and one-of-a-kind aircraft are displayed both inside the Museum’s nearly 350,000 square feet of exhibit space and outside on its 37-acre grounds.

There’s so much to see and do, you’ll want to stay all day! Admission is free! Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s. For more information, call 1-800-327-5002.

Visitors to the National Naval Aviation Museum must have valid photo identification and all bags are subject to search.

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Upcoming Events

Women’s Day Out Presented by West Florida Healthcare & Naval Hospital Pensacola

“From Wounded Warrior to World Champion” featuring Melissa Stockwell, U.S. Army. Located at the National Naval Aviation Museum presented by […]

Halloween at the Museum

Bring the family and enjoy a day at the National Naval Aviation Museum with treats and special offers on Museum […]

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New Outdoor Concessions Kiosk

Upgrade your experience at the National Naval Aviation Museum and enjoy ice-cold drinks, Chik-fil-A sandwiches, and other snacks from the […]

Memorial Honoring Floridians Lost in Iraq and Afghanistan on Display at National Naval Aviation Museum

In advance of the celebration of our nation’s 239th birthday, visitors to the National Naval Aviation Museum have the opportunity […]

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History Up Close

A sailor pictured just before making a parachute jump from the wing of a T4M aircraft over Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida, in 1926.
Parachutes for the Navy

In 1924, the Navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics mandated that parachutes be worn by all service personnel on all flights and […]

Chief Machinist's Mate Francis Ormsbee.
Medal of Honor Rescue

For most of its history, the Medal of Honor has recognized actions against the enemy on a battlefield, the criteria […]

The XOP-1 autogiro pictured operating from Naval Air Station (NAS) Anacostia in Washington D.C., in 1931.
Navy Autogiro Takes Flight

In modern naval aviation few aircraft are as interesting to watch fly as the MV-22 Osprey, its unique tilt rotor […]

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Be A Part of the Museum

The National Naval Aviation Museum relies on the generosity and support of corporate and individual donors. Your contributions to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation—large or small—will help the Museum continue in its mission commemorating those who have contributed to Naval Aviation history.


Timeline Photos

A landing signal officer (LSO) frames an F6F-3 Hellcat of Fighting Squadron (VF) 25 on approach for recovery..

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