The Tennessee Museum of Aviation is focusing on the safety of our visitors. We have established new procedures to ensure we do our part in following CDC and the State of Tennessee’s guidelines. The overall goal is to maintain safe distancing and reduce exposure to COVID-19. As per CDC guidelines, fully vaccinated individuals can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance. Although masks are not required, visitors choosing to wear a mask should bring their own personal protective equipment.
• Mask usage is not required
• Individuals are asked to respect the 3-ft social distance rule
• Restrooms will frequently close for cleaning during business hours
• Hand sanitizer is available throughout the facility
Noticeable Facility Changes and Policies:
• Clearly marked “Entrance” and “Exit” doors
• Admissions/Gift Shop queuing has been established
• A plexiglass barrier has been installed at the admissions/gift shop desk
• The A-4 Skyhawk cockpit canopy is temporarily closed
• Self-guided tours only — Unless, you have booked a group tour 21 days in advance
• Children’s Birthday Parties are not permitted at this time
The Tennessee Museum of Aviation is requesting our visitors be considerate of others while in 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.
• Use common sense to maintain the 3-foot distancing rule.
• Bring your own personal mask if you choose to wear a mask
• Be personally responsible for yourself and your family members — use hand sanitizer often.
• Restrooms may be closed for a short period of time for cleaning. This could be an inconvenience — but, it is for YOUR safety
• Encourage children to adhere to our guidelines
Please continue to check back regularly, as our policies and guidelines may change in the future.