The Tulsa Air and Space Museum (TASM) is an aerospace museum located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. It is located in the northwest corner of the Tulsa International Airport property. Visitors to the museum can explore 19,000 square feet (1,800 m square) of exhibits highlighting Tulsa's aviation history. Historic exhibits, hands-on activities, and vintage aircraft are featured. A full-dome planetarium, added in 2006, offers a variety of educational and entertaining shows throughout the year. The museum also has educational facilities for school visits, summer camps, and Scout groups.
The museum's collections focus primarily on Tulsa's aviation history. A significant collection of photos and documents from Douglas Aircraft Company centered around Air Force Plant 3 is housed in the archives. The majority of those documents are from 1941–1945 and 1953-1960. The collection also includes historic documents and photos from the Tulsa International Airport archives. The photos collected by former airport manager Charles Short are also stored in the archives, and include photos of Will Rogers, Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, Wiley Post, C.R. Smith and William Skelly.
The James E. Bertelsmeyer Planetarium opened at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum in May 2006. The planetarium uses 360-degree full dome technology, and features a 50 ft diameter dome. The planetarium offers full-dome digital shows as well as traditional star shows. Currently the Planetarium shows Secret of the Cardboard Rocket, Journey to the Stars, Oasis in Space, Tales of the Maya Skies, Extreme Planets, Two Small Pieces of Glass and Infinity Express. The planetarium is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11:00 AM– 4:00 PM and Sunday 2:00 PM– 4:00 PM.