Frequently Asked Questions

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Do I need to go to the main gate at Dover AFB to visit the museum?

No, you don't! Since 2003 the museum has had its own entrance gate on Rt 9. Just use exit 91 on US 113/DE 1. For complete directions, click here.

 

Are guided tours available?

Yes, we have tour guides available daily. For groups of 10 or more please email or call our tour scheduler, (302) 677-5991, and we will assist you in setting up your tour.

 

When are the outside aircraft open for tours?

The C-141B Starlifter and C-130 Hercules are open for self-guided tours if weather permits. The C-141B is also wheelchair accessible. Other aircraft may be opened if enough tour guides are available, especially on Saturdays during the summer (the VC-9C Air Force Two will be opened every third Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), but because our tour guides are volunteers, we cannot guarantee the availability of inside tours. For safety reasons, the aircraft are closed if their inside temperature exceeds 100 degrees, so plan to come early on hot days.

 

Will my children enjoy a visit to the AMC Museum?

Absolutely! And because children's safety is important to us, we ask that parents or chaperones keep a close eye on the children in their care. We have free flight simulators for children 10 and up and a junior pilot's plane for a perfect picture opportunity for those 6 and under.

 

Is there a gift shop?

Yes, the museum store is a great place to buy aviation-related gifts and souvenirs. Click here to visit the online museum store.

 

I have some stuff that belonged to my grandfather. Can I donate it?

The AMC Museum accepts donations of artifacts. Here is a description of what the museum collects and our donation policy.

 

Is flash photography allowed?

Yes, flash photography is allowed.

 

Is food available at the museum?

Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are available in the museum store.

 

Is the museum handicapped accessible?

Yes, the main floor of the display hangar, museum store, and restrooms are handicapped accessible. The C-141B aircraft outside has a ramp for wheelchair access.

 

Can I smoke at the museum?

Smoking is only allowed outside in the designated smoking section near the receptacles. Smoking is NOT permitted on the outside display ramp.

 

Is my pet allowed in the museum?

Leashed pets are allowed in the museum. Owners are responsible for their pets and clean up.

 

What are your GPS coordinates?

N 39° 06' 52.7"
W 075° 26' 52.5"

For regular directions to the museum, click here.

 

AMC Museum Foundation, Inc.

What is the AMC Museum Foundation, Inc.?

The AMC Museum Foundation, Inc. is an IRS-approved, non-profit 501(c)3 educational organization. The foundation provides capital support to the Air Mobility Command Museum for facility improvement, expansion, and projects for which U.S. Air Force funding is not available.

How do I become a member?

Support the museum by submitting a membership application.

 

Website Related

Are all of the museum's aircraft and exhibits featured on your website?

Yes, we try to have all of our aircraft and exhibits on our website. Check back frequently to see the latest info on new exhibits and aircraft restorations.

Can I link to this website?

Yes, as long as the page doesn't load inside of a frame.

I have some great photos of your museum. Can I send them to you?

Absolutely! Images are always welcomed to build our online gallery. We do, however, retain the right to determine which images are appropriate for display. To submit your images please e-mail our webmaster at dunrovindesign@comcast.net

I think I found an error on the website. Who do I tell?

You can reach the webmaster at dunrovindesign@comcast.net. Please describe the page where the error was found.