The American Space Museum is partnering with Smithsonian to offer visitors free admission to the museum this Saturday, September 23rd. There will be hands on activities for children of all ages, don't miss out on a great day at a great little museum! ... See MoreSee Less
Museum Day Live!
September 23, 2017, 10:00am - September 23, 2017, 5:00pm
We hope all of our neighbors and friends have weathered the storm and are doing fine. If you have suffered damage, are out of power or water our thoughts and prayers are with you. The museum sustained minor damage and will reopen on Monday the 18th at 10:00 a.m. Stay safe ... See MoreSee Less
Stop by the American Space Museum this afternoon to safety view the 2017 Solar Eclipse. Our docents are manning a solar telescope just outside the front door for all to enjoy! Hurry to 308 Pine Street in sunny downtown Titusville to view this historic event. The solar telescope has been graciously donated to the museum by Mark Marquette, the museum's own amateur astronomer. Please let friends and family know we are out on the sidewalk and a view through the telescope is free to anyone who stops by to see the eclipse. ... See MoreSee Less
STEAM Saturday classes! Sign up today! No one puts on an educational space show like the American Space Museum! Our personnel have spent the summer developing new classes and activities and NOW is the time to sign up! See the flyer below for our exciting new list of available classes! Need - based scholarships available. Call today - 321-264-0434 or email us at email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
Talia Rappa and Skylar Ashworth turned summer bargain shopping at a Titusville Thrift store closeout into the stuff of NASA collectors' legend when the central Florida college students paid 20 cents each for five rare NASA flight suits that experts say could be valued at $5,000 each or more.