Webster’s dictionary defines vision as “the ability to think about the future with imagination or wisdom. This statement very effectively describes the goal of The Space Museum .
It is our hope that by exposing as many people as possible to the paraphernalia generated by the greatest adventure known to man we will inspire our visitors to think about the future.
A huge personal investment in time and funds has allowed us to come this far, but the goal has not yet been achieved.
Our hope is to infect as many as possible with an excitement that spawns wonder. A wonder that spawns growth. And with growth, achievement; achievement that will allow us to face the challenges of the future with confidence not fear.
Nothing produces more excitement than the exploration of the final frontier!
Our aim to grow The Space Museum into a fully orbed public resource with a diverse assortment of artifacts and exhibits. One day, we envision that we will grow to become a learning center that will give the achievers of the future the resources they need.
This investment will definitely be worthwhile if even one life can be redirected toward excellence instead of mediocrity. That someone could become the next Wernher von Braun, Charles Lindbergh, Neil Armstrong, or even an Albert Einstein! They could be the one that solves our energy crisis or develops a cure for cancer. The possibilities are limitless.
Perhaps this sounds like fanciful dreaming, but we choose to dream! It has been said, “That those who dream the most do the most.” Man would never have enjoyed the privilege, convenience, and thrill of flight if Orville and Wilbur Wright had not dared to dream!
Man is on a journey. We are not static creatures. We are in constant motion. If we are not moving forward, we are shrinking backward.
The direction we take is up to us. Let us move boldly into the new frontier.
Join our vision. We choose to think about the future with imagination and wisdom and involve as many as possible in a journey into a bright, exciting, and rewarding future.
We wish to make a difference.
Join the journey!
What We Offer
Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon.
- Outreach Programs: The Space Museum has a variety of programs designed to develop and foster a love of learning and space in schools, community groups, and anywhere else where students want to learn about space
- World Class Collections: The Space Museum has incredible items on display. From space suits to space rocks anything you can imagine you can experiance at the Space Museum. Interested in loaning or borrowing an object?
- Out of This World Events: The Space Museum puts on several events annually. Each one is top notch family fun. Want to see whats coming up?