Staff members at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum are usually accessible during normal business hours. They can be reached via phone at the extensions listed below. To email a staff member, click on their name. Main Phone: 303.360.5360 Extensions 102 103 104 105 107 108 109 111 113 114 115 116 117 […]
The Wings Aeronautica Museum Store offers a unique and varied selection of gifts, collectibles and educational materials for aviation and aerospace enthusiasts of all ages. T-shirts, polo shirts and hats Patches and pins Note cards and games Books and DVDs Posters Die cast and plastic models Rockets and kits Keychains Stickers and magnets Inflatable toys Educational […]
The Runway of Honor will be located at Lowry beneath the B-52 taking off and flying west. Bordered by runway lights, the Runway of Honor will be comprised of commemorative bricks inscribed with names of Veterans, aviators, family and friends. These bricks will forever link yourself or a loved one to the past and present of Aviation history and our country’s Veterans.
Wings Over the Rockies Needs You!
Think all of our volunteers are a bunch of gearheads? That you won’t fit in unless you know the difference between a Delta Dart and a Thunderflash? Think again! Even if your enthusiasm for aviation surpasses your knowledge, we need you as a volunteer.
At Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum, our mission is “to educate and inspire people of all ages about aviation and aerospace endeavors of the past, present and future.” When you become a Member of Colorado’s Official Air and Space Museum, you join a family dedicated to sharing our local and national aerospace […]
Mission The Wings Over the Rockies Research Library was established to serve researchers and historians around the world. Its qualified all-volunteer staff specializes in providing and locating unique or uncommon materials and sources related to the history of aviation, rocketry and space exploration. Collections Technical and historical perspectives are significantly represented by: Over 10,000 […]
The Museum’s Speakers Bureau is comprised of Wings Members with interesting aviation or aerospace backgrounds who have graciously volunteered their time and talent to speak to charitable, service, community, and civic organizations.
Housed in our historic 150,000 sq. ft., 1930s-era, former Air Force hangar, Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum maintains a collection of over four dozen aircraft and space vehicles. Highlights of the collection include a rare B-18A Bolo, five of the Century-Series fighters, an RF-84K Thunderflash Parasite, an Alexander Eaglerock built in Colorado and […]
The space technology exhibits at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum include models and displays demonstrating spacecraft and missile technology both historically and in the future. Explore the science of spaceflight with our interactive exhibit and experience the adventure!
The Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum Restoration Department is tasked with preserving many of the collection’s artifacts. Activities range from simple routine cleaning of pieces to undertaking major restoration projects. Although none of the Museum’s artifacts are ever again expected to function as originally intended, it is our goal to reconfigure these precious treasures to as close to original condition as possible for accurate representation.
Our Video section features some of Wings Over the Rockies’ latest events and most popular exhibits from our official Youtube channel and from volunteers and members.
This July marks the completion of Wings’ Restoration team’s latest project – the restoration of a MK36 thermonuclear bomb. The restoration of this item has been underway, led by Wings’ volunteers Jack Lenten and Dave McCord, since April. Through the series of images one can see the amount of work expended to reach the outstanding […]