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The hanger is impressive so is the contents, however whilst I was able to easily find the informational signs for the aircraft hanging from the roof, I found it more difficult to find those for some of the aircraft on the ground, hence 4 instead...More
This was our 3rd visit. Much was as before... very visible, nicely displayed (including overhead) exhibits supported by well done text and cased items. We were pleased to note some additions since our last visit, reflecting the Iraqi conflict.
Good range of aircraft but a bit difficult to get clear photos as so close together.
Complimented the range of aircraft I had already seen in America at the musueums in Washington, New Orleans and New York.
Very good display of well known American aircraft types, B52 , Blackbird , U2, F4 Phantom and B17 to name a few. Well laid out display housed in a novel hanger space with cafe at the back on the mezzanine level.
Allow a full day for your visit and you may still miss some parts. The museum is split mainly into eight sections not including the aircraft along side the runway or the air trips (vintage aircraft) that you can purchase as extra. Seven of the...More
A great day wandering around the various displays,the downsides were the bored looking unfriendly young girl serving in the Workshop restaurant and the baguettes they got from the fridge "around the back" in the American air museum cafe,all five of us found they tasted like...More
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In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally... More
In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally would also look at the restoration hangars where you can see the aircraft being serviced, restored. A great day out, you will enjoy it.