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    Amazing museum sharing the facinating story of how we got into space and what we’ve done there, from the first rockets developed as weapons during WW2 to the space race to the moon landings and beyond. The exhibits flow seamlessly in perfect design, and there is so much content you can easily visit over and over. We only had time to take in a small part of it during our visit of several hours. Truly brings the history to life! I would recommend to anyone with an interest in aerospace, technology, the Cold War, or American history generally.

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    Took my son to the Space Out Saturday event and opted to buy the all inclusive passes for a complete experience. Very helpful/knowledgeable staff; most notably in the planetarium and the lab. Museum was extensive with mass amounts of relics and related information, we needed more time for absorption. We also rode the simulator and watched an “epic” (as described by my 8 year old) movie about sharks.Any young aspiring astronauts or scientists should attend!

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    This is a great experience. A ton of history of our space program from the beginning until today. I didn’t realize how much Nazi Germany brought to our space program. This definitely takes a good part of the whole day if you read everything and get the full experience. I would highly recommend this place to anyone interested in our space program.

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    I would give it “6” stars if I could. It is a fantastic place with some of the greatest exhibits I have seen of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, X-15 era including the official museums such as the National Air & Space Museum in Washington D.C. and the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. It compares quite favorably to them (albeit a little smaller). Kansas, you did a great job with this museum!

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    One of the best space museums I have seen. Beats the Smithsonian.