Located on Mitchel field, a former military airfield founded in 1917. the museum interprets the history of aviation and spaceflight as it relates to Long Island, NY, people, places, events and corporations. To this end it has assembled a collection of 65 aircraft and spacecraft, most of them locally produced. It's World War One Gallery houses several original and reproduction aircraft as well as numerous objects.
Open 9:30-5:00, Tuesday through Sunday and Mondays that fall on holidays and school breaks.
Admission is $14 for adults and $12 for children, seniors, military personnel, volunteer firemen, and non-ambulatory visitors. A combo admission, which includes the museum and a single Planetarium Show or Dome Theater Film is $19 and $17 respectively, is also available.