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Air & Space Museum Parking Guide

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Have you ever looked up at the night sky and marveled over the vastness and beauty of it all? If so, you might want to head to the United State’s biggest Air and Space Museum in Washington DC. Here, you will find hundreds of displays and exhibits that explain what really goes on in our universe. If you’re a local to the area or a visitor from out-of-state and want to find parking near the Air and Space Museum, here’s what you need to know.

Space Museum Parking

Air and Space Museum parking spaces are located on and off-premise. There are limited metered parking spaces peppered around the museum, but many of these spaces are limited to a certain amount of time and have additional restrictions on them. There are dozens of local parking spaces within miles of the museum, including spaces 3.7 miles away at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. All airport parking spaces are secured and patrolled regularly.


Reserve Your Space to Outer Space

Before heading out to the museum, book your Air and Space Museum Parking space through SpotHero. We offer a variety of discounted parking spaces for both long-term and short-term needs. Our bookings are fast, secured and guaranteed. To find a space, navigate to our Air and Space Museum Parking page. From there you’ll find a list of available spaces, the prices and locations. Once you select your travel dates and times, click ‘Select’ on the parking space of your choice to start the reservation process. When you complete the reservation, you’ll receive a confirmation by email, which you can print and take along the parking attendant. Remember, you must show up with your confirmation in order to receive the discount. If you’re already in the Washington DC area, download the SpotHero app to book your space immediately. Take the same steps as above to complete your booking — it’s as easy as that.