Cold Storage Tour of Our Cold War Warriors

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Description

At every step of your visit to Yankee Air Museum, you can be sure that we’ve raised the standard by putting measures in place to help keep you safe and give you more peace of mind.

What To Expect During Your Visit

Face coverings

Face coverings are required for all visitors and team members while at the Museum, Hangar, and outdoors when a 6ft distance between humans is not possible. Entry into the Museum will be refused for those who do not wear masks, except for anyone with a condition that prevents them from wearing one and children under 2 years old.

Keep in mind, a face covering can be a mask or any secured cloth like a scarf or bandana that covers your nose and mouth. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for more information. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html

 

Hand Washing

We have put hand sanitizer dispensers though out the Museum and Hangar and washrooms are available where guests and team members are encouraged to frequently wash their hands.

 

Ways Yankee Air Museum is Supporting A Healthy Visit

We have taken proactive and voluntary steps to help customers have a worry free visit at the Museum:

  1. Cleaning, cleaning, and more cleaning

Our Team Members will be continually cleaning high-touched surfaces throughout the Museum and Hangar. If you are taking an Air Adventure on our of our historic aircraft, before and after each flight, crews wipe down high touched and trafficked areas of the aircraft to clean interiors to prevent the spread of harmful germs.  

  1. Prescreening

We will be prescreening the health of all of our team members as they enter each facility, requiring them to stay home if they feel sick.

  1. Daily Evaluations

We will evaluate and adapt daily to any new information and requirements.

Additional Information

Meet at the Museum's Hangar

801 Kirk Profit Drive

Ypsilanti, MI 48198