The Museum of Aviation is the latest casualty of the partial federal shutdown.
Bob Dubiel, director of marketing at the facility was told by military officials Thursday afternoon that he has to close the doors because the Warner Robins museum is housed in a government building.
"Government buildings are closed to visitors," Dubiel told 13WMAZ.
While the museum is not funded by the federal government, "this is Air Force property," Dubiel said. "We're hoping it (government shutdown) is over soon."
Events planned for outside of the museum, such as the Haunted Trail that starts Friday and a car show Saturday will go on as scheduled, Dubiel said.
"The public is invited," he added.