Fly Solo with a Visit to the Air Zoo
You can head to the Air Zoo every day of the week, and still see something new with each visit.
With over 100 air and space artifacts, inspiring interactive exhibits, full-motion flight simulators, and indoor amusement park rides, there is much to imagine, explore, and discover.
Families can’t get enough of the rides and wandering among the airplanes, space exhibits, and memorabilia. It’s hard to not stop and explore each of the science experiments interspersed throughout the museum.
Kids flock to build a gigantic tower at the KEVA Plank stations.
Little kids love to explore in the Imagination Playground. They can build enormous creations with squishy, blue, blocks – often bigger than they are.
Don’t forget to ride the free shuttle to the Flight Discovery Center. Guests watch as historic aircraft are meticulously restored, and ask their questions. Children can climb into cockpits.
The Observation Lounge offers the perfect vantage for viewing airplane arrivals and departures out of the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport.
It’s Double the Fun when Groups Visit the Air Zoo
The Air Zoo offers unique experiences to social and non-profit organizations as well.
Summer camps, interactive themed weeks during Winter and Spring Break, and immersive, hands-on classes for groups make this the perfect place to visit all year round.
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts love the Air Zoo’s Super Science Saturdays which are designed to help them earn their badges, and complete requirements for their Journeys and Adventure Loops.
School groups love to book field trips to the Air Zoo for its rich and diverse programs into all aspects of science exploration.
Homeschooled kids age 3-14 can take themed STEAM classes with their friends once a month, on a variety of themes such engineering, astronomy, and biology. Interactive demonstrations, a hands-on science class, and free time in the museum make for a fun-filled educational afternoon.