A number of museums around the country display missiles and related items. Several of these museums have been awarded grants by our association. Some that you should see and the web site for each - click on the name of the museum for web site access:
Titan Missile Museum - South of Tucson in Green Valley, at a real Titan II missile complex. Offers tours of the silo and launch control center, as well as related displays topside and in the main building. The Pima Air Museum near Davis Monthan AFB features a GLCM display and a large aircraft collection.
Whiteman Museum - On Whiteman AFB off Interstate 70, is the former launch control facility Oscar-1. Tours include a visit to the underground launch control center. Requires advance reservations with the base.
Malmstrom Museum - Located just inside the base gate, and features early history of the area and the base and history of Minuteman at Malmstrom. Displays include a Minuteman Mod trainer and Minuteman II consoles.
Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum - between Omaha and Lincoln on Interstate 80. An Atlas, Thor, Blue Scout and Snark are displayed in front. Was called the SAC Museum until 2001. Originally at Offutt AFB.
Walker Aviation Museum - at Roswell, New Mexico, on the former Walker AFB, home to the 579th SMS, an Atlas F unit.
Ronald Reagan Minuteman Site - Cooperstown, ND Oscar-Zero - the site and one Launch Facility will open as a museum on 1 August. Information about the ceremony is available on their web page.
National Museum of the US Air Force - in Dayton, Ohio, formerly called the Air Force Museum, has the Hall of Missiles. To donate to help preserve our missile history, contact Doug Lantry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Dakota Air and Space Museum - On Interstate 90 at the front gate to Ellsworth AFB, and features a Minuteman, Titan I and a complete Missile Procedures Trainers, an MM Mod MPT from the 44SMW/MW. The museum also offers tours of the Minuteman training silo on the base. They also have a display dedicated to the 44th Bomb Group, forerunner of the missile wing that was at Ellsworth.
Hill Aerospace Museum - on the interstate in Ogden on the edge of Hill AFB, displays include a Snark, and the museum features a number of other missiles and many aircraft.
Fairchild Museum - Fairchild AFB, WA – on base at Fairchild, Spokane, WA, once an Atlas E base, museum currently being reorganized for reopening