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Admission and parking are free at 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.
Yes, we have tour guides available daily. For groups of 10 or more please email or call our tour scheduler, (302) 677-3855, and we will assist you in setting up your tour.
The C-141B Starlifter and C-130 Hercules are open for self-guided tours if weather permits. The C-141B is also wheelchair accessible. On every third Saturday of the month, between April and October, the museum opens up some of its more impressive planes for guided tours. These aircraft will be opened to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. if weather permits and tour guides are available. For safety reasons, the aircraft are closed if the outside temperature exceeds 90°F, so plan to come early on hot days.
Yes, the museum store is a great place to buy aviation-related gifts and souvenirs when visiting the museum.
The AMC Museum accepts select donations of artifacts. Please read our artifact donation policy to learn more.
No, pets are not allowed at the museum. Service dogs specially trained to assist people with disabilities are welcome.
Why only service dogs and not service animals?
Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person's disability.
Are emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals considered service animals under the ADA?
No. These terms are used to describe animals that provide comfort just by being with a person. Because they have not been trained to perform a specific job or task, they do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
ADA, Service Animals
ADA, Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals
The Air Mobility Command Museum can answer brief questions concerning the history of the Air Mobility Command, Dover Air Force Base and airlift and refueling in general. However, we cannot conduct in-depth research nor can we support same-day requests. All requests for historical information and/or photos must be sent via email. No phone-in or mail-in requests will be accepted. Please allow a minimum of 30 days for inquiries.
Research requests must have specific goals and be narrow in scope. We cannot support generic information requests. For example, we cannot support such requests as, "I want to know what you have on the C-130 aircraft." Each request is approved based on its own research merit. Please include the following information with your email:
The AMC Museum operates a small library, which can be accessed by the public for historical research during the library's operating hours. The library also contains most of the museum's written archival holdings. Library material cannot be signed out and must remain in the library.
Please call for an appointment at (302) 677-3855.
Are all of the museum's aircraft and exhibits featured on your website?
All of the museums aircraft are displayed on the website. Unfortunately, not all of our exhibits are featured at this time. 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 think I found an error on the website. Who do I tell?
You can reach the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please describe the page where the error was found.
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