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    Excellent museum for young and old, pilots and non-pilots! Of course our crew especially likes the Berliner helicopter, but there is plenty to do and see for everyone. Very well laid out, a nicely rounded collection, and friendly staff. You can fly into College Park airport, or it’s easily accessed by public transportation.

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    Great museum! Went there for a birthday party, and was very appropriate for children. Lots to learn, and even my 16-month old daughter enjoyed it. There were plenty of interactive activities, but probably could have benefited from a short film to get the kids more enthusiastic. A little confused by the gift shop – thought that they had actual Lego sets for sale, but they were knock-off cheap construction blocks – and were expensive. Will look for a chance to take my 6-year old son there soon. I would recommend giving this a place a try.

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    Had some time to wait in College Park and were pleasantly surprised by the oldest operating airport in the world. Great museum for all ages.

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    We love it! It appeals to children and adults–especially those with an interest in aviation history. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Parking is plentiful. Decent restaurants are close by.

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    Excellent museum located on the oldest continuously operating airfield in the United States. Set up by Wilbur Wright to train military flyers, the site was also one of the earliest air mail locations. The museum has a strong collection of historic planes and artifacts. Lots of fun activities for kids – a great option instead of the Smithsonian Air and Space for little ones.