The College Park Aviation Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting aviation innovations at College Park Airport and in Prince George’s County while fostering research, inventiveness, and lifelong curiosity about the history and science of flight. The College Park Aviation Museum opened in 1998 and is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The museum is a 27,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility located on the grounds of the world’s oldest continuously operating airport in College Park, MD.
The College Park Aviation Museum does not have any indoor eating facilities, but during pleasant weather guests are welcome to eat picnic lunches at umbrella tables on our outdoor balcony, which overlooks the airport runway.
For Kids, the museum has flight simulators, an activity room, a dress up area, planes you can actually go inside, and outdoor ride on area. In addition, you can rent space at the museum for birthdays!