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Take the first step to book your tour by filling out the form below and we will contact you to finalize your tour details. Guided tours are available for groups of 10 or more people and offered at no extra charge. If you would like to know more information about our group visits, please click the button below.  

Complete the form below
Student Grades: (select all that apply)
Group Payment:
Payment Method:
Would you like a guided tour if available?
Will anyone in your group need a wheelchair?
Would like to view a 16 minute video about General Thomas Stafford before beginning your tour?
Would your group like to plan to use the Flight Simulators in our Education Center?
Does your group plan to eat lunch in our conference room? (maximum capacity = 100 people)

Thanks for booking your tour! We will be in contact within 1-2 business days to finalize your tour details.




General Tour Groups: 10 person minimum and 2 weeks advance notice.*

Guided School Group Tour Policy: We offer guided tours for 3rd grade and above. For groups with younger students, they are welcome to walk through the museum as a self-guided tour with the teachers or chaperones.**

Chaperone Policy:
Pre-K – 3rd Grades: one adult per 8 kids
4th – 6th Grades: one adult per 10 kids
7th – 12th Grades: one adult per 15 students


Cancellation Policy: All guided museum tours are supported by staff and volunteers. We ask that groups who need to cancel a reservation, or expect to arrive later than planned, please call the museum at 580-772-5871.

* For guided tours, we require at least a two week advance notice to be able to set up a tour guide for your group.

** We offer guided tours and group rates for students and adults all year round.

We can not guarantee a guided tour on the weekend.

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"World Class Museum"

"This was my second trip to Stafford Air & Space Museum. The collection of NASA items and exhibits is really amazing. You would expect some things from Gen. Stafford's missions, but there was so much more. If you live in Oklahoma or traveling through via I-40, you should plan a stop. They are in the process of expanding the museum, but no real impact on the current exhibits."

—  TripAdvisor traveler,