Wall of Honor

Wall of Honor

Wall of Honor

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

The Wall of Honor is located along a tree-lined walkway which leads directly into The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. You are invited to place your name or the names of family members or friends who contributed to our nation’s aviation and space exploration heritage on this permanent memorial at the only national museum dedicated to honoring the pioneers of flight.

Browse the Wall of Honor

To search for a name on the Wall of Honor

  1.  Go to Https://airandspace.si.edu/support/wall-of-honor/
  2.  Locate the “Add a Name” section on the right side, click on the “Find an Honoree” link and enter the last name (there is also a search option link, “Find an Honoree,” on the menu in the upper left of this page where you can search for both First and Last names).
  3.  If the name of the honoree you find is in blue, you can click on the name to view the honoree’s “profile” which can include a mini-bio and a picture.

SSS Airfoil in the Wall of Honor. UPDATE: As of 22 August 2016, our airfoil is full. We have 1007 honoree members enrolled and the final name space will indicate the date of the dedication ceremony, which was 9 August 2014. For information about submitting a “profile for honorees,” call the Smithsonian Point of Contact, Emily Wade, at 202-633-2368.

The National Air and Space Museum’s Wall of Honor is a permanent memorial at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA recognizing those with a passion for flight. Your name, or the name of someone you wish to recognize, will be seen by millions of visitors, along with other icons of flight such as the Wright brothers, Amelia Earhart, Neil Armstrong, John Glenn, and Jim Lovell.

Wall honorees will receive a personalized Wall of Honor Certificate and commemorative photo, suitable for framing. In addition, you will have the opportunity to submit a profile about your honoree on our website so that their passion for aviation can inspire others.

Most importantly, when you make a donation to the Wall of Honor, you will be helping to preserve the world’s largest and most historic collection of air and space artifacts.