The Air Zoo's Family-Friendly Attractions Offer Year-Round, Indoor Fun for All
Voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family" three years in a row, the Air Zoo features amusement park-style rides, Full-Motion Flight Simulators, RealD 3D/4D Missions Theater, as well as more than 50 rare and historic aircraft, plus exhibits and educational activities.
- Jun 18 to Jun 21 Advanced Boys Science Academy
- Jun 18 to Jun 21 Advanced Girls Science Academy
- Jun 22 SkySpace Kids Club: Model Rocket Day
- Jun 23 to Jun 28 WMU/Air Zoo Aviation Summer Camp
- Jun 24 to Jun 28 Cosmic Space Camp
Air Zoo Summer Flights: Ford Tri-Motor
The Ford Tri-Motor was the world's first mass-produced airliner. Between 1925 and 1933, the Ford Motor Co. built 199 Tri-Motors. Today, only about 12 Tri-Motors remain. The Tri-Motor flight experience will last about 15 minutes and will take place at the Air Zoo's East Campus.
$70 per person in advance, $75 at the gate, $50 for children 17 and younger.
SkySpace Kids Club
Join the Air Zoo's club created just for kids!
Our next official SkySpace Kids Club event is Model Rocket Day on June 22nd!
360-Degree Virtual Tour
Check out the Air Zoo's 360-degree virtual tour! Now you can explore the Air Zoo from the comfort of your own home.
Blast off with the Air Zoo's summer camps, designed for kids of all ages!
Choose from a variety, ranging from astronaut to rocket to aviation-themed camps and more!