Museum is interesting and free. A lot of material but not updated. The flow in the museum is also not well organized. A visit is ok and my kids enjoyed.
About National Air and Space Museum
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Oh my gosh! This was such a fun museum!! So interactive and full of information! Even just looking around at non-exhibits was a treat! It covers the complete history of air and space travel, along with historical events that greatly depended on aviation and flight....More
We went on a Saturday so it was very crowded. The first couple of hours were not so bad, but, after that, the place was filled with people and it felt a little warm. I was a bit disappointed with the lack of space for...More
This museum is really a must see both technically and historically. Do not forget to see at least one movie in the IMAX theatre. Do not forget to visit also the other bigger subsidiary of the museum in Chantilly, Virginia, next to the Dulles Airport.
Apparently the Air & Space Museum is the most-visited site in DC. We’re not sure why. It was crowded, though we were still able to see the exhibits and note that they were worn, out of date, and not particularly engaging. The whole building just...More
The guide was extremely informative and clearly knew everything about the exhibits in the museum. The museum also had a wheelchair available for out guest who could not have managed all of the walking. the exhibits are fabulous. You could spend days in there and...More
Let me start off by saying- I do not have kids, nor do I particularly enjoy spending my free time dodging running kids or listening to screaming kids- that made this museum a poor selection on my recent trip to DC. First of all, it...More
This museum has all you ever wondered about! From airplane cockpits to space shuttles to astronaut food! There is so much to see so plan to spend some time! If you get hungry, there is a McDonalds right there -it is HUGE and the service...More
this is an educational museum - we went to 2 of the 3D shows and they were excellent. History is present in every exhibit. Well worth the visit