Saturday, May 15, 2021

Open Cockpit Day

The New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame
Will Host an Open Cockpit Day
Saturday, May 15, 2021
10 AM to 4 PM

400 Fred Wehran Dr, Teterboro, NJ 07608

Outdoor Event – No Reservations Required

Admission:  $12 for Adults, $9 for Seniors and Children under 12
Children 2 years old and under are FREE 

We will accept Credit\Debit card (preferred) or exact cash payment.

Visitors will be admitted only until the maximum number of patrons is reached.
Space further limited inside Museum.

All of our visitors must adhere to all New Jersey COVID-19 Restrictions: Face Masks, Social Distancing. 

Come see why our Museum has been named
“One of the 10 Best Museums in the State of NJ.”

Visitors will again have the opportunities to sit in the cockpit of a very rare Lockheed Bushmaster plane and a
U.S. Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter

Sit inside a M*A*S*H Bell 47 helicopter made famous during the Korean War.

See the cabin and cockpit of the world’s only surviving Martin 202 Airliner

Also popular with young people is to sit inside our Official Airport Rescue Firefighter Truck

Also on display are the Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter and the OV-1A Mohawk Observation/Attack Aircraft.

Come and see our newest exhibits
General Aviation Trainer (G.A.T-1) and a
Glider recently donated by Jersey Ridge Soaring.

For young astronauts, we have a working display of the International Space Station (ISS) with uniforms and items used by many
Astronauts like Buzz Aldrin, Scott and Mark Kelly to name just a few.

Visitors will be admitted only until
the maximum number of patrons is reached.

Admission:  $12 for Adults, $9 for Seniors and Children under 12
Children 2 years old and under are FREE 

We will accept Credit\Debit card (preferred) or exact cash payment.

All of our visitors must adhere to all
New Jersey COVID-19 Restrictions: Face Masks, Social Distancing. 

For more Information on our COVID-19 Restrictions and Procedures,
please visit our Home Page:  http://njahof.org  

All Veterans are welcomed and can honor us by signing our Wall of Honor.

Our Patrons’ safety is very importance to us.

  • Each patron must submit to a temperature check by Museum staff prior to entering the Museum. Our Staff will use a non-contact infrared thermometer.
  • Persons with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will be denied admission.
  • Masks must also be worn as required under the New Jersey Governor’s Executive Order 157.
  • You will denied entrance if you are not wearing a mask over your nose and mouth.