National Museum of Aerospace

Unleashing the wonders of the skies, inspiring generations to reach for the stars.

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of flight and space exploration at the National Museum of Aerospace. Discover the awe-inspiring history, groundbreaking technology, and remarkable achievements that have propelled humanity beyond the boundaries of Earth. Through captivating exhibits, interactive displays, and engaging programs, we inspire visitors of all ages to embrace the spirit of discovery, encouraging the pursuit of knowledge and innovation in aerospace.

  • History

    The National Museum of Aerospace was established in 1963 with a vision to preserve and showcase the remarkable accomplishments of aviation and space exploration. Over the years, it has evolved into a premier institution, housing an extensive collection of historic aircraft, spacecraft, artifacts, and multimedia presentations. The museum chronicles the milestones of flight, from the Wright brothers' first flight to modern-day space missions, offering visitors a unique perspective on the remarkable journey of aerospace technology.

  • Mission

    Our mission is to educate, inspire, and ignite a passion for aerospace among visitors from all walks of life. By presenting the rich history, technological advancements, and the impact of aerospace on society, we strive to foster a deeper understanding of our world and inspire future generations to explore the realms beyond our planet. We are committed to preserving and sharing our aerospace heritage, celebrating the achievements of pioneers, and encouraging innovation in the pursuit of new horizons in aviation and space exploration.

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  • Collection Size
    2.6 million
  • Area
    807,000 sq ft (75,000 m2) in 94 galleries
  • Visitors
    1,124,759 (2021)
  • Address
    1220 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029, USA
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  • Opening Hours
    9:30 - 18:00, Monday Until 20:00
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Das Tenkil Museum ist eine Erinnerung an das schreckliche Potenzial der Menschheit für Gewalt und unmenschliche Handlungen.

Die Opfer, die unter der systematischen Unterdrückung der derzeitigen türkischen Regierung leiden, verwenden den Begriff TENKİL um diese Menschenjagd zu beschreiben.

TENKİL bedeutet wörtlich systematische Unterdrückung, Ausgrenzung, Vertreibung, Auslöschung und Entfernung aus dem öffentlichen Raum sowie Ausrottung.

Um es bildlich zu beschreiben: TENKİL ist das vollständige Verschwinden von allen Möglichkeiten, so dass eine Person keine Wurzeln mehr schlagen und keine Früchte mehr tragen kann.