INSPIRE. EDUCATE. INNOVATE.

Welcome to the most innovative air & space museum and educational center in the world.

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Flight is Never Static. And Neither is the Human Mind.

A Bold New World

We want to take those who may never have even stepped foot inside a museum and introduce them to an entire campus built around an ecosystem of activities and engagement.

Educational Programming
Hands-On Restoration
Preservation Activities
Tourism & Business Events
Community Attractions

Aerospace STEAM Program

Aspire To Something More

Through ASPIRE, we’re igniting the imaginations of tomorrow's aerospace leaders through real-world STEAM-focused experiences that build critical thinking, brainstorming and teamwork skills and provide a window into future aerospace career opportunities

Donation Support

Small Steps Lead To Big Dreams

Your support and contribution, including financial or even just a bit of your time, can make all the difference in making this concept reality. Let’s build the most innovative educational air and space museum in the world together.

Promoting Aviation

PDK Free Aviation Library

As part of our mission of promoting aviation and inspiring kids to reach for space and beyond, we think that the Doc Manget Memorial Aviation Park at the DeKalb-Peachtree Airport is the perfect location to build a Little Free Library filled with aviation books for kids of all ages!

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Looking for a fun summer program for your kids?

2023 ASPIRE Aviation Summer Camp

Participants will practice with flight simulators, learn about the science of flight and aviation history, visit an air traffic control facility and co-pilot a small plane with an FAA-certified instructor.

Looking for the ideal space for your events?

Event Space

Our hangar is available for corporate events, weddings, receptions, party, business functions or for filming and movie productions in metro Atlanta.

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1943 Instrument Training School

Preservation Program

CONNECTING PAST TO FUTURE

The GASM is preserving the Naval Air Station Atlanta Archives for future exhibition. The NAS Atlanta Reunion Group, a group comprised of U.S. Navy veterans who served at NAS Atlanta from 1941 to 2009, donated their photo archives, newspaper clippings and artifacts for new generations to connect with this rich heritage.