Plan Your Visit

Let Your Imagination Take Flight

The reimagined Sullenberger Aviation Museum on the campus of CLT Airport is slated to open in the summer of 2024. Immersive storytelling and hands-on, interactive exhibits capture the imagination of kids of all ages. The new museum galleries explore the planes, people, and industry of aviation in the Carolinas. More than 40 iconic aircraft inspire visitors to pursue their dreams of taking flight and write their own stories into the future of aviation. A highlight of the museum is a reimagined exhibition featuring US Airways Flight 1549 (better known as the 'Miracle on the Hudson') that was successfully landed on New York’s Hudson River.  Plan your visit today!


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Tuesday - Saturday:
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

12:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Holiday Schedule:
The museum is open year-round except for holiday closures on New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Frequent Flyer Status?

Museum Membership

Our Frequent Flyer museum membership program provides a year of membership for you and your family and supports the mission of Sullenberger Aviation Museum.

Map & Directions

4108 Minuteman Way
Charlotte, NC 28208

It is always FREE to park. Picnic tables are available onsite for public use but cannot be reserved.

Welcome Program Admission

Sullenberger Aviation Museum offers EBT and WIC participants Welcome Program Admission for $3/person for up to six people.

Welcome Program Admission can be purchased at the museum. Please provide a valid ID and proof of EBT/WIC enrollment at the Welcome Desk on your visit.

A reduced-price Welcome Membership is also available to EBT/WIC Participants for $30. Visit our membership page here for more information.

Filming & Photography

Sullenberger Aviation Museum reserves the right to use photos or videos taken of visitors while they are at the Museum or related events for publicity and promotional purposes.

Every effort is made to make visitors aware they are being filmed, photographed and/or recorded.

We are also sensitive to the wishes and rights of parents and caregivers who may not want their children to be filmed and/or photographed.

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