4343 73rd Street North, Birmingham

Southern Museum of Flight for Two or Four, or One-Year Family Membership (Up to 48% Off)

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The museum illuminates the hidden treasures of aviation; membership grants unlimited visits and admission to other museums

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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
40 minutes ago
Enjoyed this museum so much! Charlie Phillips was an excellent tour guide! He kept my children completely engaged and they loved the virtual reality flight experience. I learned a lot of aviation history tied to Birmingham and Alabama that I did not know beforehand. Well worth a visit- ask for Charlie!
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Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
May 4, 2022
The museum was very clean and had many educational opportunities. The offsite facility which is the home to many of the advertised aircrafts were in a grown up field down the street and were not accessible to walk around and look at. It could only be seen by driving by.
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Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
April 1, 2022
Nice, stimulators not there right ,but the price was marked down so that was good .. kids enjoyed it so that's all that matters
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Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
March 24, 2022
Well done small museum. Kinda out of the way.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
March 17, 2022
We took 4 of our grandchildren, ages 4-14 and they all loved it.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
March 17, 2022
Kids loved it
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
February 10, 2022
It was very informative and did a great job of preserving and displaying the pieces. I only suggest to incorporate more interactive exhibits for younger ones.
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Rating of 3 out of 5 stars
February 4, 2022
Top floor closed, some exhibits closed, updates need made. Playroom is a plus; couldn't get my 3 year old out of there. Admission is cheap.
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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $7.25 for general admission for two ($14 value)
  • $14.50 for general admission for four ($28 value)
  • $40.50 for a one-year family membership ($65 value)

With a family membership, parents and their children get unlimited visits to the museum throughout the year, as well as free admission to more than 300 museums across the country. Members also receive a 10% discount off the use of the museum’s facilities for events such as weddings and birthday parties.

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by expiration date on voucher; membership expires 365 days from activation date. Limit 12 per person. Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 365 days. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Southern Museum of Flight

The sleek, dark body of the A-12 Blackbird is invisible to radar detection, but that doesn’t stop it from attracting the attention of every visitor to the Southern Museum of Flight in sight. The retired bomber is just one of the aircrafts in the Southern Museum of Flight’s outdoor collection, and it gives visitors a glimpse of what’s to come. Stepping inside, you can almost hear the purring engines from the Korean War jet or 1920s Huff-Daland crop duster.

Not only does the museum bring high-flown feats of engineering artistry down to earth, it sets its impressive collection of airplanes into realistic dioramas. The exhibits, designed to give life to the history of southern aviation, sprawl across 75,000 square feet and includes photographs, models, original engines, and the tiny gnomes that power them. The Korean War Jets exhibit, for example, uses mannequins and a surprisingly realistic mock-up of Kimpo Air Force Base to tell the story of No Kum Sok, a North Korean lieutenant in the Air Force who defected.