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Great view of the history of aviation and space flight. It was great to see two planes that I have history with, The voyager and the Winnie Mae people don't know that their were 3 Winnie Mae's, my father flew the sister Winnie Mae after...More
Washington D.C. is well known as a city where most of the museums are for free. National Air and Space Museum we visited was the most interesting museum we have ever seen. Its location is close to National Mall park at Independence avenue where you...More
I really liked this museum. I especially loved the tickets and the world war two planes. This museum will appeal to adults and children alike although I think many men would love this museum due to its technical aspect. I really wanted to try the...More
Although I had heard that the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum was really good, I wasn't sure that I would like it a lot. I expected a lot of photos of planes, Jets, and rockets, but not the real things. I was wrong. Sure there...More
I could spend hours in the National Air & Space Museum but my wife and daughter wouldn't let me, they were interested in some items, but all of it for me was awesome. Some much to see and read about, various tour groups going that...More
This remains one of the highlights of our 3 day trip to Washington. Both entrance and the tours are free. The lady who lead our tour was very knowledgeable and made the whole museum come to life for us. The exhibits are breath taking, particularly...More