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    One of the best collections of civilian and military aircraft, along with spacecraft I’ve ever seen in one place, perhaps only topped by the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum’s annex in Dulles, VA. I’m especially fond of the airliners they have parked outside, which include a 787 (ZA003), B-29, Concorde, the world’s first 747, SAM 970 (Air Force One), 737-100, 727-200 and a Lockheed Super Constellation, among others. Most of these you can walk through, which makes for an unforgettable experience.

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    expensive for the limited number of aircraft on display, especially considering places like the national museum of the united states air force in Dayton, oh and the Smithsonian air and space museum in d.c. are both free… still the red barn display showing the origins of the Boeing company was very very cool. that part alone makes it a must see for aviation enthusiasts… you can walk the whole museum in a couple hrs

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    One of the best flight museums in the country. Great space and well put together exhibits that accommodates plenty of visitors while keeping the flow of crowds moving. Discounts for AAA members.

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    Great museum. I especially liked the many civilian aviation exhibits, though there was no shortage of military ones with several unique displays like the Blackbird with mounted drone and the SR-71 cockpit to sit in. Waking through the planes like the 747 and Concord was very neat, too.

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    Great Museum However, I was disappointed that Air Force One exhibit was closed when I arrived. They should post things like that on the website. Not that I would not have gone, but I wouldn’t have been disappointed when I found out after I paid. staff was super friendly and helpful. The Dreamliner walk thru was really cool.