Air and Space Museum Scavenger Hunt

As part of our 100th anniversary commemoration, we’re highlighting some of Lockheed Martin’s most notable technologies featured in The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

We invite you, your family, and your friends to visit the museum and explore the exhibits featured in the guide. You’ll see air and space innovations from our past, present, and future—from the aircraft that broke transcontinental speed records in the 1920s, to a space telescope that spots far-off galaxies, and the GPS satellites that will improve navigation for years to come.

This is our legacy. Ours is a story built on principles of imagination, innovation and integrity, and rich with purpose and performance. We hope you feel as inspired as we do during the course of your visit. And don’t forget—as you look to the skies: Dream big!

Dreaming Big

Young astronaut hopefuls, renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and Lockheed Martin engineers  all share their perspectives on the importance of exploring our universe.