The museum is FREE, that’s right, there’s no admission fee, which is, nowadays, certainly a good thing. The exhibition floor is divided into three gigantic hangars, subdivided into 6 different areas each of them with a specific theme. The cold war section is very interesting, because of all the most recognizable planes (at least for me), and for all the precious information on espionage, etc., very interesting indeed. Among the aircrafts I enjoyed looking at the most are the one the dropped the bomb on Nagasaki (because of what it symbolizes), the F-22 Raptor, the evergreen F-177 Stealth Nighthawk, and the massive B-2. It took us about 4 hours to go through the whole exhibition, so I figured we had our share of walking and exercising for the day! We alsotried some of that Astronauts’ food that they sell at the gift shop. It is sold to be authentic, and I missed the chance to try it three years ago when I went to Houston, TX to the NASA Space Center, so now I did, and it was good!
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