We’ve missed you! The Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium is excited to announce our phased re-opening to the public! The health and safety of our guests, staff, and volunteers remain our upmost priority, and therefore, TASM is taking a number of precautions to ensure the safest environment. These changes include: allowing admission by appointment only through online sales, spacing appointments to both buildings to allow appropriate cleaning procedure, taking temperatures of all employees, volunteers, and guests, and much more.
Beginning May 20th, TASM will only have the Planetarium accessible to visitors; the exhibition hall will remain closed to the public. Ticketing will be online only through appointment. The Planetarium will be running three shows spaced throughout the day to ensure proper cleaning procedure, in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Beginning June 1st, TASM will have both the Planetarium and exhibit hall accessible to TASM Members; through online ticketing only by appointment. High-touch areas/exhibits will remain closed. TASM’s exhibit hall will be giving three specially guided tours throughout the day to ensure proper cleaning procedure, in accordance with CDC guidelines. Ticketing opens to the public June 2nd!
Beginning June 8th, TASM’s exhibit hall will be open to the public, with ticketing available online and onsite for purchase. There will be no more required appointments, but all high-touch areas/exhibits will remain closed and there will be a guided path for guests to follow. All cleaning procedures will be in accordance with CDC guidelines and public health and safety officials.
We look forward to seeing you again soon and to inspire you to explore the wonders of the universe and excitement of aerospace! We require online purchased tickets until June 8th, 2020. We ask you review our Safety Guidelines for all information on our re-opening, located below.