Archives of Temporary Exhibit

The Art of Artemis

For a limited time from June 2nd – November 30th, 2021, come see NASA’s Johnson Space Center’s new temporary exhibit “The Art of Artemis” in-person at the Museum! The exhibit represents the past, present and future of human exploration and consists of original artwork by Houston-based artists along with submission winners of a children’s art […]

Earth From Space

  For a limited time, come see the temporary exhibit “Earth From Space” in-person at the Museum! The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, is providing a poster version of the popular exhibition “Earth From Space.” The poster set features beautifully detailed satellite images of the planet. “Earth From […]

Picturing Women Inventors

For a limited time, either come see the new temporary exhibit “Picturing Women Inventors” in-person at the Museum, or you can click on an image below to view it virtually! Picturing Women Inventors is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, in collaboration with the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation […]

Black History in Aerospace

For a limited time, either come see the Frontiers of Flight Museum’s new temporary exhibit “Black History in Aerospace” in-person, or you can click on an image below to view it virtually! We feature the following outstanding figures from both the past and present in aviation and space history: Interest in learning more about African […]

Aviation Photography by Jay Miller

Beginning Tuesday, January 12th, 2021, Frontiers of Flight Museum is honored to feature Jay Miller’s collection of Aviation Photography. Come see this gorgeous exhibit in our Browning Gallery before it’s gone on April 16th, 2021! Jay Miller is a Texas-based aviation photo journalist with 36 books and over a thousand published newspaper and magazine articles […]