Event Activities

Other Activities

Event Activities

Other Activities

Kids in Plane

Take a look at Other Activities to enjoy below:

Aviation Activities


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Educational Activities


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Other Activities


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Movie night will once again be held in an outdoor theater located south of Shower House “D” in the Convention Campground.

Our Ace’s Flyin’ Flix will begin promptly at dusk-30, or around 8:00 pm. Be sure to bring your chair and enjoy the show! Popcorn and refreshments will be available.

Our current movie schedule is below:

SUNDAY – Fighter Squadron
MONDAY – Memphis Bell
TUESDAY – Jet Pilot
THURSDAY – Red Tails
FRIDAY – The Bridges at Toki-Ri
SATURDAY – Von Richthofen & Brown

Movies donated by: Steve Mormando, Belle & Blade, Inc. – Exhibit Space N-072 & 073

If sponsoring an ACE’s Movie Night sounds interesting, click here for more information on this opportunity!

For more information on Event Activities, please visit our SUN 'n FUN Daily Schedule!

Church Services

Catholic Mass

Will be held on Saturday of the event at 5 p.m. at the CFAA Building (High School).



Amateur (HAM) Radio Special Event Station (W4S)

Why HAM radio? Because it’s fun, interesting, challenging and a public service during time of emergency. HAM operators make new friends across town and the world. Amateur Radio is one of only two hobbies that require a government license – the other is to be a Private Pilot.

Now, there is no need to learn Morse Code or the technical details of how computers and radios work to earn an FCC license. If you have an interest in science and technology, “rag chewing” or making new friends, stop at the amateur (HAM) radio special event radio station, W4S, as you leave the museum. The station is located just west of the Tom Davis Building (Media Center).

See how amateur radio works and visit with the operators to learn more about getting an FCC license and amateur radio as a hobby and public service. If you are already a licensed HAM radio operator be sure to sign the visitor's log. Better yet, spend some time as a volunteer operator making and logging contacts with stations in other cities, states and countries.

22 Things You Can Do With Amateur Radio & Serving Your Community!

For more information go to QRZ.com, ARRL.org

Be sure to visit the Aerospace Discovery at the Florida Air Museum to see and learn about aircraft, rockets, technology, airlines, personalities and events that have shaped aerospace as we know it today.

Kids Zone!

Check out the Aviation-themed Kid Zone and Mobile Mountain at SUN ‘n FUN.

Located in the Family Fun Zone on SUN 'n FUN Drive next Tram Depot.


  • 1 ticket for $1 | 26 tickets for $20 | 60 tickets for $40
  • Ride Inflatables All Day for $20
  • Student Tour Groups -Half-Price Tickets to all Student Tour Groups (Must be pre-registered)

Ride Ticket Requirements

  • Quad Jump – 10
  • Rock Wall – 5
  • Meltdown - 5
  • Trackless Train - 5
  • Stunt Jump - 10
  • Space Shuttle Slide – 2
  • Sports Arena - 2
  • Airbrush Touchless Face Painting - $5-$15
  • All Day wristband for inflatables only – $20

Attraction availability subject to change depending on current Covid restrictions.

Kid on Zipline
Kids Bounce House

Veteran's Plaza

Activities include:

  • Veterans Welcome Tent
  • Military Displays
  • War Reenactors
  • VA & Veteran Services
  • and Much More

Please check the SUN 'n FUN Daily Schedule for scheduled presentations and activities in the Veteran's Plaza..

Support The Mission

The mission of the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE) is to “Engage, Educate, and Accelerate the Next Generation of Aerospace Professionals. The SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo and dozens of other events year-round produce the majority of the revenue that goes into supporting this mission. By attending our events, you are helping us deliver top-quality, industry-leading STEM education and scholarship programs to thousands of young men and women each year. The opportunities that ACE provides give young people a competitive edge as they navigate their educational journey that can ultimately lead to a rewarding career in the world’s incredibly diverse and rapidly growing aerospace industry. You can help! Please click the links below to explore how you can share your knowledge and expertise as a volunteer in over 3500 available positions, become a patron of the Florida Air Museum, or donate to assist us financially. Regardless of how you assist, whether by attending our events, visiting the museum or donating financially, we sincerely appreciate your support!

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