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The only museum in the world to display test-fired, flight-ready engines from both the U.S. Saturn V and the Soviet N-1 moon rockets that was at the heart of the famous SPACE RACE!

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ABOUT STAFFORD AIR & SPACE MUSEUM

The Stafford Air & Space Museum is named in honor of Weatherford native and legendary test pilot and astronaut, Lt. General Thomas P. Stafford. The museum is considered one of the finest and most comprehensive air and space museums in the central United States and encompasses 63,000 sq. ft. of exhibits under one roof! The museum is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian.

 

The museum is located along Route 66 at I-40 and Exit 84 in Weatherford, and welcomes visitors seven days a week, 360 days a year.

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Attending SWOSU? Become a Stafford Scholar!

If you are chosen you will receive: 

  • a scholarship that increases with each semester

  • a part-time job at the Stafford Air & Space Museum

Click here to meet our current scholars! 

We are the children of explorers. Maintain the legacy.

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Fantastic Museum of Human Accomplishment!

"As a space buff from the time I was a kid, this place is second only to visiting Canaveral in Florida. We only had about 1/2-hour to breeze through before closing. I could have used half-a-day. Excellent exhibits, model work, stories preserved in placards, actual hardware and info about Gen. Stafford himself kept me captivated. If the subject interests you, make sure you allow the TIME to see everything!"

June 2021 TripAdvisor Member Review
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PRACTICAL INFORMATION

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Practical Information
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Hours of Operation

Open 360 days a year

(Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day)

9 am to 5 pm - Monday through Saturday

1 pm to 5 pm on Sundays

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Location

3000 Logan Road

Weatherford, OK 73096

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General Admission​

SASM Members - Free

Adults (19 - 61) - $9.50 + tax

Students - $4 + tax

Kids (5 & under) - Free

Senior Citizens (62 & up) - $7 + tax

Veterans - $7 + tax

Active Military - Free

Adult Group (10 or more) - $6/person + tax

Student Group (10 or more) - $4/person + tax

Weatherford Stafford Airport Fly-ins - Free

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Free Parking

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Gift Shop

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On Route 66

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from 9 am to 5 pm

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available 24 hours

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CAMP INVENTION

Camp Invention sparks the child's imagination & creative problem solving through hands on experimentation. It's the biggest event of the summer!

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SCHOOLS & ORGANIZATIONS

School and organizational field trips to the museum are a big hit! We have space to eat sack lunches and tour guides ready to show you around.

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WEDDINGS & PARTIES

Our Stealth Gallery hosts up to 300 people and the Explorers Room seats up to 165. Audio/visual technology provided and plenty of space for catering or a pot luck meal. Best part: each attendee can go through the museum for free! 

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COMPANY MEETINGS

The Explorers Room is outfitted with audio/visual technology and plenty of space for catering or sack lunches. This room seats up to 165 people. Best part: each attendee can go through the museum for free! 

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BECOME A STAFFORD SCHOLAR!

If you are a full-time SWOSU student and are selected as a Stafford Scholar, you'll get money for school and be guaranteed a part-time job at the Stafford Air & Space Museum. 

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EVENTS

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"This place is amazing!"

"We love air and space history and were pleasantly surprised at how many full sized replica and actual(!) artifacts are here. The Smithsonian auxiliary status was not given, it was earned! You need to see it for yourself."

B. Sutton
June 2021 Google Review
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