You may accelerate your entrance into the museum by pre-purchasing tickets. Pre-purchased tickets can be scanned from a mobile device or a printed sheet of paper. If you are using a mobile device, have your tickets ready and your phone brightness turned up when you arrive at the admissions desk. There may still be a line to enter during peak hours.
Air & Space Museum in Lowry-Denver
Exploration of Flight at Centennial Airport
Air & Space Museum – Free parking is available on the south and east side of the building.
Exploration of Flight – There is accessible parking on the south side of the building.
Barrier-free doors with a push button entry are located at the museum’s entrance.
All public bathrooms have accessible stalls.
Air & Space Museum – From the entrance, take a right and walk to the middle of the hangar floor. The nursing area is located in the women’s restroom on the south wall of the building.
Planning Your Visit
Service animals (or animals that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability) are allowed throughout the museum. Pets and emotional support animals are not considered service animals and are not allowed.
If a guest is accompanied by a professional aide, the aide is admitted to the Museum for free (one aide per guest).
During Your Visit
Wheelchairs are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests may request a wheelchair at the admissions desk when they arrive. There is no additional fee. Wings cannot guarantee a wheelchair will be available for your visit.
Air & Space Museum – There is an elevator to the Mezzanine and Tower immediately to the right of the entrance.
Exploration of Flight – There is an elevator to the Mezzanine behind the only staircase.
At the Air & Space Museum guests may request the use of a sensory bag during their visit. They are available at the admission desk. Sensory bags include noise reduction ear muffs and fidgets. Ear muffs are available in adult and youth sizes. Guests may also request a bag with a weighted lap pad. Sensory bags are available on a first-come, first-served basis at no additional cost.
Our Social Narrative is a resource for guests on the autism spectrum who may benefit from descriptions and pictures that show what a typical visit to Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum is like. If you, your child, or someone else in your group would benefit from this resource, you may download our Social Narrative as a PDF below.
Adult Groups with disabilities/special needs cost $6 to $8 per participant. Youth groups cost $5 to $6 per participant. Caregivers, personal attendants, and staff are free up to a ratio of one caregiver per participant.
Wings will provide Spanish and American Sign Language interpreters for groups upon requests. Requests must be made two weeks in advance of the tour. Requests can be made in the “Additional Comments” box of the Tour Submission form.
For questions related to accessibility at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum or
Exploration of Flight, please email email@example.com.