Selfridge Military Air Museum

Selfridge Military Air Museum

A military air museum and air park that portrays the history of Selfridge Field and the many different military units that were stationed there during its almost 100-year history. Outdoor exhibits include 32 vintage military aircraft and helicopters, a mobile control tower, a fire fighting crash truck, military vehicles, and two Nike air defense missiles. Indoor exhibits include military memorabilia and artifacts, photographs, paintings, cut-away aircraft engines, model aircraft, uniforms, weapons, an interactive Air Traffic Control radar display, a World War Two era R-2800 aircraft engine, a World War Two era instrument trainer, a Vietnam-era A-7 cockpit, a Vietnam-era M-151-A2 "Jeep", a modern-era F-16 cockpit, and a gift shop. Displayed in its own hangar are a historically accurate 3/4 scale "Wright Flyer", the first aircraft flown by Wilbur and Orville Wright, and a full-scale historically accurate World War I "SPAD" fighter biplane, one of the first aircraft flown at Selfridge. The Museum and Air Park are ADA accessible and cameras are welcome. For admission information and directions please call.

Selfridge Military Air Museum Web Site

Contact Information


27333 C Street

Selfridge ANG Base

Harrison Twp, MI 48045

Driving Directions

Phone: (586) 239-5035

Fax: (586) 239-6646


Location of Selfridge Military Air Museum

Map of Michigan