The Space Station Museum


464 Ignacio Boulevard at Pacheco Plaza
Novato, CA  94949

There is a need to have permanent space exhibits in the Bay Area to help educate children about the exciting history of space exploration, and to increase the public’s understanding that a strong global commitment toward future space travel is an important key to accelerating our civilization’s development. The emphasis will be on the history of space exploration, and how discoveries in science and technology allowed the U.S. to be a leader in space travel.

This is especially important in California, because this state was the birthplace of America’s spacecraft such as the X-Planes, the Apollo Command Module, the Space Shuttle, the Hubble Telescope, Spaceship One, the Space X Falcon Rocket and the robotic rovers that are currently roaming Mars.

Hours of Operation:  Thursday:  By Appointment Only; Friday:  5:00 to 8:00pm; Saturdays & Sundays: Noon – 4:00pm