The Airborne and Special Operations Museum preserves the extraordinary feats performed by parachute and glider borne troops and their brothers in arms, the special operations forces. By exploring the artifact displays, life-size dioramas, audio and visual displays, and motion simulator, you will gain a deeper respect and pride for the remarkable achievements of these brave All American Airborne soldiers. There is an exhibit on the Triple Nickels or the 555th Battalion - a historically all- black airborne unit. After your visit, enjoy shopping in the ASOMF Gift Shop!
Hours: Sunday, 12 - 4 p.m.; Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Open to the public.
Next Stop: Exit the museum parking lot, turn Left onto Bragg Blvd. Bragg Blvd. turns in Robeson Street. Turn left onto Franklin Street. Turn right into the Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum parking lot.
DescriptionThe Lobby-reception or special events 300 standing and 150 seated. The Yarborough-Bank Theater (244 seated), Reflection Garden (can accommodate a 50x80 tent), Parade Field (60 seated), Video Theater (42 seated).
Space NotesDuring business hours, no food and drink allowed. After-hour special events can have catering.