Tulsa Air and Space Museum will be closed May 9 – 18; however, the James W. Bertlesmeyer Planetarium will be open to the public May 10-12 & 17-18. Tickets can be pre-purchased below or in the Planetarium before the show.

For more information, contact TASM at (918)-834-9900 or at [email protected]



Save time and purchase your tickets right here!  Any ticket you purchase will expire 30 days from the purchase date. You’ll receive an email receipt to confirm your ticket purchase.  Museum staff may also search your tickets by first and last name upon arrival.  

Please note our Events Calendar for any changes in schedule or operations.


TASM Refund Policy

Tickets are valid for 30 days past the purchase date. No refunds are given during this time.

Museum Admission

Interested in just the exhibit hall? This ticket includes access to all exhibits in the W.H. Helmerich hangar and a tour of the MD-80!

Adult: $8

Senior: $7

Military/Veteran (w/ID): $7

Youth/Student: $5

Child (4 and under): FREE

Planetarium Admission

Interested in just the planetarium? This ticket includes one show to our Bertelsmeyer Planetarium, a 50-ft dome theater!

Planetarium Show: $7

Friday-Saturday Schedule

11:00am: Destination Mars with Live Night Sky Tour

12:30pm: Black Holes with Live Night Sky Tour

2:15pm: Faster than Light with Live How Big is the Universe

3:15pm: Dawn of the Space Age with Live Night Sky Tour

*Please note the events calendar for any changes in schedule

tuesday-thursday schedule

11:00am: Earth, Moon, and Sun

12:30pm: Stars

2:15pm: Black Holes: Other Side of Infinity

3:15pm: From Dream to Discovery: Inside NASA

*Please note the events calendar for any changes in schedule

Museum and Planetarium Show Admission

Experience all that TASM has to offer! This ticket includes access to the W.H. Helmerich hangar and one planetarium show in the Bertelsmeyer Planetarium.

Adult: $15

Senior: $12

Active Military/Veteran: $12

Youth/Student: $10

Child (4 and under): FREE

FAQ and COVID-19 Policies

What Do I need for my online ticket order?

A: If you purchased tickets ahead all you need is the confirmation email sent. Our cashiers will be able to look up your order through our ticketing system.

What holidays is tasm closed?

A: TASM is closed for the following Holidays: Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. See any updated closures on our events calendar.

Is photography allowed?

A: Non-flash photography is allowed in the exhibit hall and planetarium lobby only; no photography allowed in the dome theater. Photography cannot be used for personal sales. Feel free to share your pictures with us on social media!

Are animals allowed?

A: Only registered service animals are allowed inside of TASM.

Is there a café or restaurant on site?

A: No, there is no food onsite at TASM, however there are a couple of restaurants nearby. Visitors are encouraged to bring a lunch and have a picnic under our MD-80.

Where is TASM located?

Our address is 3624 North 74th East Ave, Tulsa, OK, 74115. We are right across the street from Mohawk Park and the Tulsa Zoo! See the map below for more information.

COVID-19 Policies
  • TASM will no longer require guests to wear face masks when visiting the museum.  However, masks are availalbe if you wish to wear one.
  • Vigorous cleaning and sanitized practices are in place in all high touch areas.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the museum and planetarium.
  • By visiting the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium, all guests voluntarily accept and assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Exhibit hall and Planetarium CHanges
  • The Hot Air Balloon, Build an Aircraft Simulator, RC Planes, Bernoulli’s Principle, and Apollo Theater, and MD-80 tours will remain open and available to the public.
  • To adhere to CDC guidelines, the MD-80 tours will be on a  schedule to ensure proper cleaning before and after.
  • The Ray Booker Flight lab will have limited access to guests ages 2 and up.
  • During the winter months, the Huey and Ranger will be outside with the MD-80.
  • To ensure proper cleaning of the theater the Planetarium will be running limited shows.

Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium