Military Air Displays
Experience aircraft and equipment from all eras of military flight.
Where inspiration takes flight.
Re-open 6 April 2024
*Special tours for groups of 10 or more can be arranged.
For more information, please call 586-239-5035.
A Museum dedicated
to Military Aviation History
In 1975, the Michigan Air Guard Historical Association (MAGHA) and the Selfridge Military Air Museum were formed by a group of Air National Guard officers and enlisted personnel. Our mission is to help preserve the heritage and traditions of the Michigan Air National Guard, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, and the units that are/or were stationed there.
Aircraft on Display
Membership has privileges.
Headquartered at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, the Michigan Air Guard Historical Association (MAGHA), was formed to preserve the heritage and tradition of the Air National Guard in Michigan and the military units, past and present.
Becoming a Member of the Selfridge Military Air Museum is a wonderful way to help keep the home lights burning. Your membership has the following privileges:
One Free Admission to Museum plus One Guest Admission
Access to Online Newsletter and other Special Events
25% Gift Shop Discount
A Bigger Vision
Our vision for the future includes the construction of a new Education Center to promote interest and inform visitors about aviation. This vision includes the renovation of the Corsair and the building to house this historic aircraft.
Additionally, we are in the process of raising funds to create a new access gate to the museum which does not require entering Selfridge ANG Base.
This can only be accomplished through both private and public donations.
NOW ON SALE – Artist Antonis Karydis depicts the final victory of LtCol Gabby Gabreski as he downs a German Me-109 over Evreux, France on 5 July 1944. This brought Gabby’s total to 28 confirmed ‘kills’, making him America’s leading ace in Europe.
In April of 1917, Henry B. Joy, the Packard Motor Car Company President, donated his Joy Aviation Field to the U.S. Army to establish a flying school for military aviators as the U.S. entered WW I.
We have an opportunity to unlock the rich history of Michigan aviation and to focus on the vision of an amazing future for our state’s aerospace & defense.
Get a bird’s eye view of the Museum’s Air Park Displays located adjacent to the Museum building housing many exhibits. Ask about our new Public Access initiative for direct access to the Museum.