Conveniently located in Downtown Roanoke, Virginia just minutes from Interstate 81 on I-581/220 South. Look for the long building with the Jupiter Rocket beside it on one end.
303 Norfolk Ave SW
Roanoke, VA 24016

Latitude: 37.272855
Longitude: -79.94584

Free parking is available in spaces along the front of the Museum. There is also a large Brandon Parking lot in front of the Museum which is privately owned. There is no free parking in the lot at any time.

An Eaton Level 2 Pow-R-Station electric vehicle charging station is mounted at the front of the Museum. The station can fill a depleted all-electric vehicle battery in four to six hours. The charging station, the only one in downtown Roanoke, accepts credit cards. Each swipe of a credit card charges for one hour, so plan to swipe your card for each hour needed. If you need a three-hour charge, swipe your card three times when you first plug in. Current rate is $1 per hour.

Walking/ Biking
The Museum is an easy walk or ride from the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center and other downtown Roanoke attractions. Follow Norfolk Southern’s mainline tracks and enjoy the David R. and Susan S. Goode Railwalk, with interactive exhibits that tell of Roanoke’s rail heritage. The Railwalk connects to the Roanoke Valley Greenways. A bike rack is available in front of the Museum.

Passenger Rail
The nearest passenger rail stations are in Lynchburg, VA and Clifton Forge, VA. Click here for information on the Smartway bus connector service between Roanoke and the Lynchburg Amtrak station. Click here for a map and schedule.

The Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport offers more than 50 scheduled flights daily, providing nonstop service from Roanoke to nine major cities. The major airlines that fly out of Roanoke Regional Airport daily include US Airways, United Airlines and Delta. Allegiant Air also provides full sized jets and frequent service to Florida.