GIFT SHOP

Don’t forget your exploration into one of the most vital areas of our country’s history with a stop into the SD Air & Space Museum’s unique gift shop. We stock one-of-a-kind aviation items that you cannot get anywhere else in South Dakota and sell rare specialty aviation items.

Your shopping in the Black Hills will be complete with our wide range of gifts, educational resources, toys, and other novelties. Our gift shop at the SD Air & Space Museum will exceed all of your wants and needs while shopping in the Black Hills and is your go-to place for unique one-of-a-kind aviation pieces and collectibles.


Any questions on finding your perfect souvenir from the SD Air & Space Museum’s gift shop contact us today.


Gift Shop News

Hot Wings are available this Spring!


Hot Wings Have Landed!
Being one of the few aviation gift shops in the Black Hills, we're committed to bringing in unique aircraft items that you really can't find at any other South Dakota museum or shop. This dedication means aircraft and military aviation gifts, souvenirs, and collectables of all kinds are always on the runway and ready to take off with visitors when they come through the Black Hills.
These "Hot Wings" are made out of die-cast metal, and come in a large variety of military, private, and WWII aircraft along with helicopters and even the Space Shuttle.

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Twelve Flights Sale Schedule


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Christmas Sale!

Find the perfect aviation gift for your loved ones this holiday season at the
South Dakota Air and Space Museum! 10-50% off items thru December 31st!

Specific information on which and when items go on sale can be found on the
Flight Schedule posted on the gift shop page!

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Honoring Veterans


Hand-Crafted display of a P-51 Mustang model, “Big Beautiful Doll” with barn siding as a runway and an aviation print from our gift shop. We’re proud to be a supporter of these projects, as they will help honor our veterans.
This handsome piece was made possible by US aviation buff, Tim Birkett. His large collection of built and still-in-the-box aircraft models was his hobby. He carefully selected and skillfully built each aircraft. After he passed away, his handsome collection came into the capable hands of Mr. Dave Wallace.

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