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A Unique Venue For Your Special Event

From intimate wedding ceremonies and formal corporate meetings, to outdoor runs and exhibitions, the National Museum of World War II Aviation can accommodate almost any kind of event. If you’re looking for something extraordinary, consider hosting your special event in one of our aircraft display hangars.  With virtually unlimited options for set-up, these unique venues will give you the flexibility you need to create a one-of-a-kind experience for all of your guests.

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Please contact our event staff for answers to your questions or to start the planning process.  Our goal is to ease your workload so you can enjoy the entire journey and spend time with your guests at the event. 

We look forward to helping you create an event beyond your expectations!


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The museum offers two unique venues.  Our main building, the Kajia Raven Shook Aeronautical Pavilion (KRSAP) is ideal for hosting corporate holiday parties, fundraisers, and other events that require a larger space.   With an a variety of set-ups and room for up to 800 guests, the KRSAP has the capacity and flexibility to host virtually any large event.

Hangar 2 is the perfect venue for daytime events involving up to 100 guests.  Popular for luncheons, birthdays, and retirement ceremonies, Hangar 2 is the best option for right-sizing the venue to fit small to medium sized crowds.

To provide the greatest flexibility, the National Museum or World War II Aviation will work with any catering or equipment rental company that the event organizer prefers.  If you are looking for suggestions, please contact our events team for a list of our recommended partners.

A deposit in the amount of 50% of the venue fee is due at the signing of the contract. Cancellations 30 days or more prior to the event will result in the Museum retaining 50% of the deposit. Any cancelations less than 30 days prior to the event will result in the Museum retaining 100% of the deposit.

The National Museum of World War II Aviation is located on a 21-acre campus on the northwest side of the Colorado Springs Airport.  Just 15 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs, the Museum is easily accessible from Interstate 25 and just five minutes from the intersection of US 24 and Powers Blvd.  Parking at the museum is free.

For digital guidance enter the following address into the map application on your smartphone:  775 Aviation Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80916

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The National Museum of WW II Aviation features WWII-era veterans!!


There are few WWII-era veterans left, and the National Museum of World War II Aviation is providing an opportunity for the community to meet-and-greet some of these honored WWII veterans.

Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The National Museum of World War II Aviation
775 Aviation Way, Colorado Springs, 80916

Scheduled to appear are:
Ed Beck—Army POW captured during the Battle of the Bulge who escaped from captivity.
Marilyn Doenges—Army nurse who served in the UK and Northern France
JJ Inman—P-51 pilot who flew missions in China
Noe Romero—Served on the U.S.S Yorktown at the Battle of Midway
Bill Roche—B-17 waist gunner who was shot down by German aircraft twice.
Cole “Junior” Griego—U.S. Navy Medic in the Battle of Iwo Jima

Advance admission purchases are advised for this event because advance ticket holders will be given priority to enter the museum. Appropriate social distancing and face masks will be required and strictly enforced.**

Historic note: 75 years ago on August 14, 1945 the Japanese surrendered, and hostilities in WWII ceased. The formal surrender of Japanese forces was signed Sept. 2, 1945.