Plan your Group Visit
Groups of 15 or more enjoy significantly discounted admission, free bus parking and the option to add-on group experiences, including access to our flight simulators and STEM workshop content. Our current group rate is $4/person. For student groups, we require one adult for every 10 youths.
If you are ready to book your group visit, you can do so online with a credit or debit card.
Group admission tickets are non-refundable.
Visit support, flight simulator and workshop add-ons
If you are just planning your visit and would like us to contact you, would like to add on flight simulators or a STEM workshop, or plan to make your payment via check, please complete our online form and we will reach out to you.
Workshop registrations must be pre-paid and are non-refundable fewer than 14 days before booked date. There is a $15 processing fee for check payments. Checks are non-refundable. Check payments must be received at least 14 days prior to the scheduled visit.
Terms & Conditions
By making a group sales purchase, you are agreeing to our Group Visit Agreement Terms & Conditions.
Client acknowledges that Museum activities and exhibits are subject to availability and may change or otherwise be substituted without notice. The Non-Refundable Deposit, if required, is due at the time Client signs this Agreement to reserve the date and time of the Event. The remaining balance, including any additional costs resulting from agreed-upon changes to the reservation, is due on the day of the visit. If the parties agree to any changes to the reservation that result in a change to the Cost, they will agree in writing to such changes and any resulting costs. If a change is made less than two (2) business days prior to the Event, any such costs will be due immediately.
2. Available Spaces
The Museum does not have lunch space available. Upon prior request, it may be possible to use one of the Museum’s areas to deposit backpacks and lunches during the visit. However, availability is not guaranteed. The Museum cannot be held liable for any missing or broken personal items left in those spaces.
3. Public Health Control Measures
If federal, state, or local public health control measures are in effect at the time of, and apply to, the visit, Client and its guests must comply with all such measures at Client’s sole expense. Without relieving Client of such duty, Museum is permitted to undertake whatever actions it deems necessary, in its sole discretion, to comply with such public health control measures, including without limitation by promulgating facility rules applicable to the Event which Client and Client’s guests must follow. Client understands and agrees that Client is responsible for identifying and implementing any public health control measures which apply to the visit or visitors. Museum may, but is not obligated to, inform Client of applicable public health control measures of which Museum is aware. Examples of public health control measures that may affect the visit include but are not limited to mandatory social distancing between groups of attendees, required spacing between tables or other seating, mandatory use of cloth face coverings or masks by attendees, and limits on the number of participants. Museum may condition the admission of Client and its guests to the Museum on the execution by each entrant of an acknowledgement of such public health control measures and release of liability acceptable to Museum.
The Museum may cancel the visit and terminate this Agreement at any time up to 7 days before the visit by providing Client with notice of the cancellation. In such case, the Museum shall reimburse to the Client any and all amounts previously paid by the Client to the Museum as payment for the visit, less any actual expenses incurred by Museum in connection with the reservation. Client may cancel the reservation and terminate this Agreement by providing prior written notice to the Museum at the address provided above, Attn. Education Director. Cancellation notices received by the Museum more than fourteen (14) days prior to the visit will not result in any charges for the reservation, and the Museum shall reimburse to the Client any and all amounts previously paid by the Client to the Museum as payment for the Event, less any actual expenses incurred by Museum in connection with the reservation ($50 non-refundable deposit). Cancellation notices received less than fourteen (14) days prior to the reservation will result in a charge in the amount of fifty percent (50%) of the estimated cost. The Museum will invoice Client for any cancellation charges provided for in this Section 6, and Client agrees to remit payment to the Museum for such charges within thirty (30) days of receipt of said invoice. In the event that amounts previously paid by the Client to the Museum for the reservation exceed the cancellation charges set forth in this Section 3, the Museum shall reimburse to the Client the amount of such excess.
5. Force Majeure
To the extent Museum, in its sole discretion, deems it advisable or necessary to cancel, delay, or limit the group visit because of an Act of God, act of governmental authority, disaster (whether declared or undeclared), pandemic, disease, fire, flood, earthquake, third-party criminal act, casualty, strike or labor interruption, supply chain disruption, civil unrest, riot, insurrection, act of war, act of terrorism, security incident, lockdown of the Museum at the direction of the American Airlines Integrated Operations Center, or other event outside Museum’s reasonable control (each, a “Force Majeure Event”), Museum’s performance hereunder shall be delayed or excused. If Museum cancels the reservation because of a Force Majeure Event, Museum shall refund to Customer any and all amounts previously paid by the Client to the Museum as payment for the reservation, less any actual expenses incurred by Museum in connection with the visit.
6. Conduct & Control
Client is fully responsible for the actions of its guests prior, during and after the visit. Fire, safety, and any social distancing or other health-related laws, regulations, rules, or policies must be adhered to. The Museum, through its Manager, may, but undertakes no duty to, refuse the admission or to evict any person from the Museum, or to terminate any visit should any conditions not be adhered to. No refunds shall be issued to the Client if the Museum terminates the visit the on basis of guest(s) conduct. Client agrees that Client is solely and exclusively for the conduct of its guests while at the Museum, and that Museum’s exercise of its right to exclude a guest because of the guest’s conduct does not relieve Client of its exclusive duty to govern the conduct of its guests. The Museum limits entry of the Vintage DC-3 aircraft to five (5) people at one time. Food and beverages are strictly prohibited on the Vintage DC-3 aircraft and Client and Client’s guests are required to respect the age and rarity of the Vintage DC-3 aircraft.
7. Loss or Damage
Client shall be liable to pay for the rectification of any damage (including accidental damage) to the Museum, fixtures, or fittings caused by any person attending the visit. The Museum shall not be responsible for any loss of property or theft arising from the Client’s visit at the Museum.
Client will defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Museum, American Airlines, Inc., their subsidiaries and affiliates, and each of their respective officers, directors, agents and employees (the “Museum Indemnified Parties”) from and against any and all claims, suits, losses, liabilities, fines, damages and/or expenses (including all attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses in connection with or incident to) (collectively, “Legal Liability”), arising out of or in connection with the VISIT and/or the performance of this Agreement by the Client or the Client’s employees, agents, servants, students, guests and invitees, except to the extent such Legal Liability is caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of a Museum Indemnified Party. For clarity and without limiting the foregoing, Client’s duty to indemnify the Museum Indemnified Parties extends to any claim arising out of or in connection with any alleged infection with a communicable disease (including but not limited to COIVD-19) which is alleged to have resulted from any person’s attendance at the Event WHETHER OR NOT SUCH INFECTION IS ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF ANY MUSEUM INDEMNIFIED PARTY.
9. Governing Law
This Agreement shall be governed by, and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas without regard to conflict of law principles. The parties hereto agree that a non-exclusive forum for any action brought hereunder may be in the State of Texas, USA, and in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division.
10. Video Recording / Photography
Photographs and videos of the Museumtaken by the Client, guests, and vendors during the Event may be used for archival and noncommercial purposes only and may not be used for advertising/commercial or promotional purposes – unless with prior express written permission of the Museum. Videotaping of Pursuit of Flight, Spirit of American, or Why I Fly is not permitted. The Client expressly grants the Museumpermission to take photographs or videos at the Event. The Museum reserves the right to use these photos for promotional and/or non commercial purposes.