Some reviewers have stated the museum is closed, The museum is open till 4:30. No a/c in the museum, just a large number of glass cases containing well built models of ba/c, armored vehicles & ships. I talked to Ken for about an hour before checking the inside.
Outside are rockets (4), missiles (4), & aircraft (9). Each exhibit has a stand with infiormation. Some a/c are fenced off, stating KEEP OUT. While other exhibits allow a visiter to get close as possible.
Some reviews have stated outsuide is run down, the grass not mowed & the many aircraft aren't worth your time. Look it this way, possibly the museum doesn't have the money to mow the grass every 7-10 days. If some a/c have been outside to weather for 30 years, the condition won't be inside museum condition.
There is no admission, hiowever donations are appericated. No large crowds, plenty of parking. By GPS ,this museum is only 2.5 miles from the Vitginia Air & Space Center. The gates are never locked, but best to be out by dust.
All exhibits are from the 50's up to 80's. A visiter will see a Hawker-Siddeday Kestral, the forerunner or protype of the Hawkerr Harrier.
I recommend a visit. The total time would be at most 45 minutes. Don't think condition. THink aviation history.
Jack L., Syracuse, New York.
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