LocationFrontiers of Flight Museum View map
6911 Lemmon Ave.,
- Website: https://www.flightmuseum.com/moon-day/
- Cost: Free with paid museum admission
Saturday, July 20, 10am–4pm
The Frontiers of Flight Museum hosts Moon Day 2019, the largest annual space-themed
exposition in Texas and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11. Join this full day of family-friendly, entertaining programs and activities from more than three dozen exhibitors. The first 200 students receive a special lunar sample bag.
Moon Day honors the past, present, and future of space flight. This year, the STEM-focused event also celebrates the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission—on the exact anniversary of the first landing on the Moon—and includes exhibits, activities, and programs for all ages. Presented in collaboration with the National Space Society of North Texas and sponsored by Beal Bank.
Featured presentations in the Hamilton Family Auditorium:
-Panel discussion on STEM education and the future of work: 11–11:45am
-Keynote address by astronaut John E. Blaha, Col., USAF (Ret.): 1–1:45pm
-Special presentation “The Day We Walked on the Moon” presented by the Smithsonian Channel: 2:15–3:45pm
Moon Day is free with regular museum admission: $10 adults; $8 seniors 65 and older; $7 children 3–17 years; free for children younger than 3.