Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way, McMinnville, OR, United States

(503) 434-4180

Dreams of flight have captured the imaginations of children and adults alike for centuries. Founded in the memory of Captain Michael King Smith, our exhibits celebrate the lives of innovators, pilots, and veterans who courageously pioneered flight in these remarkable machines.

Because education is at the core of our mission, we strive to make all of our exhibits and programs both inspiring and educational for adults and children alike. Whether you are a student, a flight enthusiast, or just passing through, we have a variety of opportunities – from guided tours to full educational programs– to ensure you get the most out of your visit.

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