On Thursday, July 9th at 10am, the Nassau County Firefighters Museum and Cradle of Aviation Museum will reopen to the public following local, state, and federal guidelines. The museums have been working diligently preparing for a safe and secure experience for visitors and will begin a phased reopening approach, placing the health and safety of its visitors, employees and community first.
As a thank you to frontline healthcare workers for their courageous and selfless efforts, the museums are offering free admission until August 30, 2020 with valid employee id.
“We are excited to welcome everyone back to the Museum and cannot wait to see our visitors smiling and learning about fire safety. We have made changes to the Museum to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff and look forward to reopening. ” – Alana Petrocelli, Executive Director, Nassau County Firefighters Museum and Education Center
“The Cradle staff and volunteers are excited to be able to reopen the museum to provide visitors with a safe and exciting experience. The museum staff has worked hard to create a safe and clean environment for all visitors and we look forward to welcoming everyone to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII as well as the 50th Anniversary of F-14 Tom Cat.” – Andrew Parton, President, Cradle of Aviation Museum and Education Center.