BOOK A TOUR
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 contact us below.
Hours of Operation
Open 360 days a year
(Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day)
9am to 5pm - Monday through Saturday
1pm to 5pm on Sundays
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 (Veterans get in free between Memorial Day & Labor Day)
Active Military - Free
Adult Group (10 or more) - $6/person + tax
Student Group (10 or more) - $4/person + tax
Fly-ins - Free
3000 Logan Road
Weatherford, OK 73096
GUIDELINES FOR GROUP VISITS
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.**
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, please allow us at least a two week advance notice in order for our tour guide to prepare a great experience for you.
** We offer guided tours and group rates for students and adults all year round.
Unfortunately, we can not guarantee a guided tour on the weekend.
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!"