LOCATION: The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum is located at Reading Regional Airport - Spaatz Field in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

DIRECTIONS Driving directions from various cities, as well as a set of printable maps, and custom, door-to-door routing from your home are to be found on our DRIVING DIRECTIONS & MAPS page.

HOURS OF OPERATION: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM. The museum is closed on Fridays , Sundays, and major holidays. THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS page has all the details.  Attention:  The last tour begins at 3:00 PM

ADMISSION FEE to the museum is $10 for Adults , $8 for Seniors 65 +, $3 for Children 6 to 12, and free for 5 and under. 

Museum members who show their current membership card are admitted free of charge. 

You may want to sign up on the spot, or you can read about membership and BECOME A MAAM MEMBER on-line.

SPECIAL EVENTS,  such as the MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM'S WORLD WAR II WEEKEND held the first weekend of June each year, require additional admission tickets.

Here's our VISITOR'S TIPS PAGE for the big WWII extravaganza.

TOURING THE MUSEUM:  Guided tours are afforded to our visitors since the Museum resides on an active airport where FAA and TSA security rules are in effect.  A typical tour lasts about an hour and a half but may vary depending on the interest level of the visitor. There is no charge for the services of our knowledgeable tour guide.

 AIRCRAFT INTERIORS: Please note that interior tours of aircraft are not available.  However, you will be able to see inside many of our exhibited aircraft, and even get a look at many still under restoration or storage by taking the VIRTUAL TOUR.

GUIDED TOURS are available for groups, including a free, advance familiarization visit for group leaders.  The last tour of the day begins no later than 3:00 PM.  Contact the museum at (610) 372-7333 between 9:30 AM and 4:00 PM for details and arrangements.



FAVORITE AIRCRAFT:  If you are coming to see a particular aircraft in our collection, and it is one of our AIRSHOW AIRCRAFT, please call (610) 372-7333 between 9:30 AM and 4:00 PM to be sure your favorite will be here.  This is doubly true during the airshow season, which customarily runs from April through October.


FLY-IN INFORMATION:  Pilots visiting the museum by air should request taxi to the museum, located on the North ramp of the airport, except during special events.
See our FLY-IN PILOT'S INFORMATION  page for complete information and informative links designed for visiting pilots.  If you are flying in to WWII Weekend, there is a special page for that, here.



LODGING:  There are many fine hotels and motels within a few miles of the museum.  We recommend these HOTELS AND MOTELS .  If you plan to visit during MAAM's WORLD WAR II WEEKEND, we advise you make lodging reservations early in the year to have the best selection.



CAMPING:  There is no visitor's camping allowed on the museum grounds.   However, the Pennsylvania Campground Owners Association webpage lists dozens of campgrounds in the area from which you can choose.




DINING:  There is a restaurant in the Reading Airport Terminal called "Klingers at the Airport".  For something quick, you will find snack and soft drink machines in the MAAM MAIN HANGAR. See that little camouflaged plane with the RAF roundels hanging on the back wall in the picture above?  Well, the machines are right under it.

There are several restaurants north of the Museum on 183 N  (Bernville Rd.), and many more in the Wyomissing area, just off Rte. 222, just south of the airport.



AREA ATTRACTIONS:  The Reading area and the surrounding counties abound with tourist attractions.   Take a Ride!

The Greater Reading Convention and Visitors Bureau can assist you with directions, a visitors guide, hotel information, and basic map information.   The visitor's center phone number is 610-375-4085 or 1-800-443-6610.  Or you can e-mail them at info@readingberkspa.com  


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