The Air Force Space and Missile Museum at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station preserves both the hardware and the spirit of United States' ventures into space. The museum displays numerous missiles, rockets and related space equipment.
The primary mission is to collect, restore, and exhibit items of historical significance which relate to the development and heritage of U.S. Air Force space launch activities. This unique museum highlights the Air Force as a major participant in America's space program and emphasizes activities at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beginning in early 1950 and continuing today.
Tours and gift shop operations are provided by a group of dedicated volunteers. The Museum Foundation provides funding for exhibit maintenance and museum operations. Management for the entire museum operation is the responsibility of the Museum Director, a civilian employee of the 45th Space Wing.
Air Force Space and Missile Museum
191 Museum Circle
Patrick AFB, FL 32925-2535
Sands Space History Center
100 Space Port Way
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
Museum Director: 321-853-9171
Museum Volunteer Office: 321-853-3246
Sands Space History Center Volunteer Desk: 321-853-1919
Sands Space History Center Gift Shop: 321-730-0055
Click on the rocket icon at the top of selected pages to see related gift shop items.
This web site has been made possible by a grant from the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Museum Foundation. Its content has been produced and edited by staff members of the Air Force Space and Missile Museum and is thereby the only officially authorized website for this museum. However, this is not an official U.S. Air Force website, and its content is not necessarily the official view of, or endorsed by, the U.S. government, the Department of Defense, or the Department of the Air Force.