Want to add a touch of NASA excitement to your next museum exhibition?
Need hands-on models to demonstrate aeronautics and space themes to your class?
Look no further than the NASA Langley Exhibit Program, where exhibits, displays and artifacts are made available for loan to museums, schools and other educational organizations.
The NASA Langley Research Center operates an active traveling exhibits program whereby exhibits, displays and various artifacts are made available for use on a first-come, first-served basis for short (1-29 days) and long-term loans to museums, schools and other education-based organizations. Once exhibits are scheduled a signed Property Loan Agreement (between NASA Langley Research Center and the requestor) will be required to hold the event dates.
The Langley Research Center primarily serves the United States region of: Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia and Kentucky. Other states may be served when other NASA centers are unable to satisfy requestor needs. See the below for a list of NASA Centers and their service regions.
NASA Centers and their service regions
Photograph to right is the Aeronautics Poster for traveling exhibits displays.
As a free service of NASA and the United States government, items cannot be loaned to organizations charging for entry into an exhibition primarily to view these exhibits. NASA's exhibits are loaned for educational displays that are open to the public. NASA's exhibits can not be loaned to individuals.
Scheduling is on a first-come, first-served basis. Exhibit items are not always available due to prior scheduling, maintenance, or updating.
You should submit your request AT LEAST 8 WEEKS IN ADVANCE of your event date to allow time for scheduling, processing, and shipping.
Please limit your request to no more than six exhibit items. You are welcome to include a list of alternate exhibits in case the original choices are not available.