Tennessee Museum of Aviation – COVID-19 Statement

COVID-19 Statement

The Tennessee Museum of Aviation will be relying on ALL visitors to follow our safety procedures.  The overall goal, of these guidelines, will reduce exposure to individuals and surfaces that may result in COVID-19 exposure.  The museum is requesting our guests be considerate of others while visiting our facility.  Be personally responsible for YOUR actions. 

  • Be mindful of the COVID-19 symptoms. If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as a fever, coughing and shortness of breath — DO NOT VISIT TODAY
  • Be thoughtful of other visitors. Use common sense to maintain the 3-foot distancing rule 
  • Bring your own personal mask if you choose to wear a mask
  • High-touch surfaces will be cleaned frequently
  • Restrooms may be closed for a short period of time for cleaning during business hours
  • High-touch surfaces (door handles) will be regularly disinfected
  • Hand sanitizer is available at the admissions desk
  • A plexiglass barrier has been installed at the admissions/gift shop desk
  • Self-guided tours are recommended — Docents will not always be available for guided tours
  • The A-4 Skyhawk cockpit canopy is temporarily closed
  • Children’s Birthday Parties are not permitted at this time

Please continue to check back regularly, as our policies and guidelines may change in the future.