SUPPORT THE MILITARY AIR MUSEUM
Michigan Air Guard
Michigan Air Guard Historical Association
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, headquartered at Selfridge Air National Guard Base and in the surrounding communities.
MAGHA is a private, non-profit organization that was incorporated in the State of Michigan in 1975 and received Internal Revenue Service 501c3 tax-exempt status in 1976.
The association leases buildings and land on Selfridge ANG Base for the Museum & Air Park Display, aircraft/vehicle restoration, equipment maintenance, reference library, and storage. The lease requires reimbursement to the Federal Government for utilities and services performed by Federal employees.
Tax ID #51-0164512
For receipt, contact:
Louis J. Nigro (Lieut. Col., USAF, RET)
27333 C Street
Selfridge ANG Base, MI 48045
Selfridge ANG Base
27333 C St, Harrison Charter Township, MI 48045
Hours of Operation
Open for Our 2019 Season
Weekends – April through October
Open Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Holiday Notice: The Museum will be open on Memorial Day & Independence Day.
$5 Adults & Children 13 & older
$3 Children 4 to 12 years of age
Children under 4 years of age are FREE
IMPORTANT: See Base Access Information
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.
Citizens of another country (both adults and children) require approximately 30 days advance notice to the Museum’s Executive Director for coordination.