Located on the corporate campus of Delta Air Lines — just seconds from the world’s busiest airport — the Delta Flight Museum is a premier destination for Atlanta’s 42 million visitors each year. The Museum offers a one-of-a-kind experience with interactive exhibits and rare items, cutting-edge technology, unique event spaces, engaging educational programs and a focus on what’s next for the airline industry. Whether you’re interested in a tour through the history and future of flight, or eager to host a private event in a venue that combines historic glamour with modern style, you’ve landed at the right place.
TAKE YOUR EVENT TO NEW HEIGHTS
The sky is the limit for private events at the Delta Flight Museum, with multiple spaces of varying sizes to accommodate you and your guests. Housed in newly renovated airplane hangars originally constructed in the 1940s, the Museum offers historic appeal refreshed by stunning modern design at every turn.
JET AGE HANGAR
The Jet Age Hangar is our largest space and showcases modern aircraft and the future of flight. Nowhere else in the world can you host a 1,200-person seated dinner nestled under the wing of Delta’s first Boeing 767, “The Spirit of Delta,” which was gifted to the company by its employees. You and your guests can also “fly” a Boeing 737 in the only full-motion flight simulator in the U.S. that’s open to the public — the same one used to train Delta pilots.
The Museum’s Outdoor Courtyard can serve as the setting for a cocktail reception for up to 400 guests, providing the opportunity for guests to enjoy Atlanta’s comfortable climate.
PROPELLER AGE HANGAR
The Propeller Age Hangar exhibits the propeller age of aviation. This space offers a distinctive setting where groups of up to 400 guests can enjoy rare historical planes and items in the newly revived style of the 1940s.
For groups of 117 or less, consider the Museum’s Theater. Located in the Propeller Age Hangar, the Theater combines unique style with modern technology that’s certain to leave a positive and lasting impression.
TRISTAR CONFERENCE ROOM
The TriStar Conference Room is housed in the original fuselage section of the first L-1011 TriStar prototype aircraft built by Lockheed. Movies, in-flight safety videos and photos have been shot inside the L-1011, and it also once served as the Museum’s Retail Store. This unique 30-person conference room is sure to make your next meeting truly memorable.
DELTA FLIGHT MUSEUM EVENT SPACES CAPACITY
JET AGE HANGAR (HISTORIC HANGAR 2)
1,200 guests for a seated dinner or a cocktail reception
PROPELLER AGE HANGAR (HISTORIC HANGAR 1)
400 guests for a cocktail reception
400 guests for an outdoor cocktail reception
Seating for 117 guests with five ADA positions
TRISTAR CONFERENCE ROOM
Seating for up to 30 guests located in the original fuselage section of the first L-1011 TriStar prototype aircraft.
A state-of-the-art facility, the Delta Flight Museum offers everything you need for largescale
events and conferences, including audio visual equipment, complimentary Wi-Fi,
projectors and screens.
The Delta Flight Museum offers easy access to Delta’s headquarters through a dedicated
entrance open only for event guests and Museum patrons. Proximity to the airport, public transit,
luxury hotels and abundant parking make event logistics a breeze.
The Museum has base fees for the use of each space, but each event has its own characteristics
and demands. Usage fees are customized based upon the number of guests and the duration of
the event. Please contact the Delta Flight Museum Event Director, who will be happy to help in
determining space needs and fees.
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ABOUT THE DELTA FLIGHT MUSEUM
The Delta Flight Museum is a not-for-profit museum in the heart of Delta’s worldwide headquarters, located
just minutes from the world’s busiest airport. The Museum is a premier international destination, offering an
engaging experience that explores aviation history, celebrates the story and people of Delta, inspires young
minds through educational programs and discovers the future of flight.
TOUR THE DELTA FLIGHT MUSEUM
Please visit deltamuseum.org for directions and hours of operation. Please note, the Delta Flight Museum is closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day and Easter. Small private events can be booked during regular hours of operation, as the Museum can section off select areas. Events also may be booked before or after regular hours.
For ticket pricing and to purchase tickets in advance, visit deltamuseum.org. You also may purchase tickets at the entrance of the Museum.
RESERVATIONS AND GROUP PRICING
Reservations are recommended for groups of 10 or more. To make a reservation, please visit deltamuseum.org or call 404.715.7886. Group rates are available upon request.
Guided tours are available upon request. Please contact the Museum office at 404.715.7886.
WHEELCHAIRS AND STROLLERS
The Museum is disabled-accessible and meets all ADA requirements. Wheelchairs and baby/child strollers are welcome at the Museum.
The Delta Flight Museum welcomes photo and video cameras for personal use only. Certain exhibits may be excluded. Photography for commercial use is not allowed without the Museum’s permission.