1. Ryan Edgington

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    The displays of planes were pretty cool, as was the flight simulator, and my favorite was the “theater room” which plays a documentary on Japan’s attack on the Aleutian islands in WWII. However, it seemed the museum mostly featured airlines or pilots who became small business owners. I would’ve enjoyed more displays on Alaskan WWII pilots, as well as how the Cold War effected aviation (if at all). Instead, the musem seemed to put a lot of attention on the business side of aviation. It may have given a better visual if there was a map showing the locations that our current bush pilots fly to, but maps were lacking as well. I definitely enjoyed parts of the museum, but I probably won’t be going back.

  2. Bradley Peterson

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    I’ve always been an airplane lover, and getting the chance to see rare aircraft such as a Grumman Goose, Widgeon, an airworthy Boeing Stearman, watching a Fairchild Pilgrim be restored, and seeing all the dirty and old historic aviation stuff you won’t find at many other air museums is very unique. The experience ranks up there with the Seattle Museum of Flight.

  3. Sarah Sandbak

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    The perfect wedding location. We originally considered an outdoor wedding, but did not want to risk the Alaskan weather. The museum gave us the best of both worlds. The auditorium was the perfect place for our ceremony and we were able to get some great outdoor shots by the lake, the planes, the totem pole, etc., etc., etc.Shari is wonderful to work with. We wanted to move some chairs and tables around (a major no-no at some venues) and she didn’t even bat an eyelid. They have a great kitchen, complete with overhead door for easy access, which makes set up easier for your caterer.Overall we had a wonderful experience.

  4. A Google User

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    Wow, talk about stepping back in time. The story told by all the planes from seemingly year dot, the authenticity, the captured stories of the first aviators especially the ones in the Alaskan area made me really wish my parents were alive to visit the museum, theyd have really loved it. Reading stories of these heros was what gave me a love of travel and when one sees the paper, varnish string and 2 by 4s, the Heath Robinson way they had to go about things at first makes todays flight travel seem so safe! Thank you to all who make this a really great museum of Flight.

  5. Ivan Leonardo lasso mera

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    lo mejor de esta vida!!!