Selfridge ANG Base

27333 ‘C’ Street
Harrison Twp, MI 48045

Hours of Operation


Re-open Saturday, 6 April 2024

“Where Inspiration Takes Flight”



About Us

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.

Since its beginning and for more than 40 years of operation, the Selfridge Military Air Museum has had only four directors. They are:

Colonel Robert A. Stone (1918-1996)
Musem Founder/Director 1975-1996

Lieutenant Colonel Horace O. “Mark” Bedsole (1924-2014) Director 1996-2000

Lieutenant Colonel Louis J. “Lou” Nigro Director 2000-2020

Chief Master Sargent Wayne Fetty  Director Apr 2020-Feb 2021

Steve Mrozek Director 2021-Present



'Answering the Call' Corsair FG-1D Prints Now Available

An FG-1D Corsair, belonging to VMF-251 “Satan’s Messengers” receives a call for close air support for Marines battling Japanese forces in the Pacific in early 1945.

Join our Corsair Restoration & Education Center Effort

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Michigan Activity Pass

The Selfridge Military Air Museum has joined the Michigan Activity Pass.  These passes will be available at your local public libraries for a 7-day check-out period.  The pass will be: Buy one Adult, Get One Child (ages 4-12) Free.

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Official 2022 Calendar Now Available
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Aviation History

A great way to explore and understand military aviation history from World War One to Vietnam and beyond.

Aircraft on Display

Historic Displays


Amenities & Access

Access to the Museum

The Selfridge Military Air Museum is located on a secure military installation. For security reasons, all individuals without a U.S. Government ID card, Common Access Card (CAC), or Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card are required to have a mandatory security background check performed for a Visitor’s Pass before they will be allowed access to the Base and the Museum. A current and valid U.S. driver’s license, current vehicle registration, and proof of vehicular insurance must be presented to Security personnel to fulfill these mandatory requirements.

When you arrive at the Main Gate, Security personnel will advise you of where (Visitors Center or Main Gate) these processes will be performed.

Foreign Nationals

Citizens of another country (both adults and children) require approximately 30 days advance notice to the Museum’s Executive Director for coordination.

Free Parking

Museum Parking is on right side of Doolittle Avenue across from the Museum and the Air Park.

Gifts & Souvenirs

The Gift Shop contains lots of model aircraft, stuffed toys, military-dressed teddy bears, military patches, Rosie-the-Riveter merchandise, shirts and sweatshirts with Museum logo or Air National Guard logo, etc.  We accept cash and credit cards.

Locations & Directions.

How to Get There

We are located east of I-94 and
M-59 (Hall Rd.)

From I-94: Proceed east on M-59 (Rosso Hwy) to Jefferson Avenue. Turn right to enter main gate. Stop at gate to get vehicle pass. Required documentation: valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and registration. Perimeter Road (immediately on right inside gate is NOW CLOSED.

Follow the orange & black ‘DETOUR’ signs to the Selfridge Military Air Museum. Map of detour pictured below. Parking is available in parking lot to the front of Bldg. 1060 and across the street from the Museum and Air Park.

View the detailed map below to coincide with these directions. Visitors on Saturday will need to visit Pass & ID building; visitors on Sunday, proceed to the Main Gate. If Security provides you with a Pass, AF Form 75, please turn it in @ the Museum Gift Shop.

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On Base Details

Follow Jefferson south to Ammo Road.

Turn right (west) on Ammo Road to Doolittle (flight line service road).

Turn right (north) and follow Doolittle to Selfridge Military Air Museum (on left).

Museum parking is on right across Doolittle from air park.

Contact Us

27333 ‘C’ Street
Harrison Twp, MI 48045

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