Makers Market is a family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. This event is part science fair and part something entirely new! Makers, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, as well as vintage vendors, crafters, and artisans– all are welcome to show off or sell what they have made!

Vendor Participants: Allowed to sell items out of their booths for a fee of $75.00 plus sales tax. You will receive an 8-foot long table and 2 chairs. All vendors are required to collect and remit their own sales tax. The Museum is not responsible for collecting or remitting the sales tax on behalf of the vendors. **Registration fees for all vendors are non-refundable.**

Maker Participants: are FREE if they are demonstrating their craft and not here to sell their items. Makers are groups or individuals who  love to showcase their passion for their work. 

Load In Info: Load in will be on Saturday, July 20 from 7-10 AM. All booths are going to be located in Hangar B and Restoration Hangar for convenience. 


The July 20 event is from 10 AM to 4 PM and is included with general admission and free to members! Maker and vendor booths will be nestled around our historic aircraft. Find your perfect gift and participate in the many demonstrations to learn about a craft. This is a  one-of-a-kind indoor event that brings makers together! Makers innovate, transform, imagine! Join us in our SPACE ZONE in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing with hands on activities for kids, virtual reality Apollo 11 experience game, and pictures with inflatable astronauts. Makers Market event kicks off with our own Astronaut Clayton Anderson doing a presentation at 9 AM. Makers Market booths will open at 10 AM to the public. 

NEW in 2019 is Hamster Wheel Entertainment. That's right - you can make your own snow cone with your own two feet! Come experience this uniquely fun attraction. All the participants receive their own snow cone. It is on first come first serve basis. The Hamster Wheel will be here from 10 AM-4 PM.