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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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    Awesome collection of early flyers, WWI & WWII, Cold War, first Boeing factory, amazing NASA stuff like space shuttle, US section of international space station, capsules, moon car, … Kids fun and educational activities!Full Motion Flight simulator in a very low price!It’s only open from 10am-4pm, yet lots of stuff to see.Definitely a must go for the whole family!!!

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    At first I didn’t want to visit the museum… But I’m glad I went. It’s actually pretty amazing. Years of flight history in one area. I enjoy the history of WW’s and this museum has a fantastic exhibit of both. When you consider in one room the Wright Brothers plane and the Stealth Bomber is only separated by 60 years – you think of all the amazing advances society has made in such a short time – and the possibilities to come.

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    Really nice, they’ve got good replicas, real ones and even a flight simulator. The attached space museum is even better than nasa’s!

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    My “Kid in a candy store” experience for the weekend. Very reasonably priced, extensive displays of static aircraft from the beginning of flight forward. Massive WW2 display area, with some of my favourites of the era, WW1 displays were impressive to say the least. Outside display area included walk thu’s of Concorde (lot more cramped than I would have thought), Air Force 1 and more. Lucked out twice, as they had just brought out a TCA Constellation, and had a 1-to-1 tour of the B-17. Definately would like to go back again and again