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We purchased tickets to Dark Universe and Journey to the Stars, both 25 minute films. We felt this was a little pricey for such short movies. Either movie was good, but probably not necessary to see both. Free admission to the museum, but all movies...More
We visited in July thinking this would be an inexpensive event for the kids. It was very interesting, and this time of year is very crowded. I liked the kids could go in and tour the aircraft. The area where the kids got to look...More
An extra-charge attraction (typically $9) within the Air and Space Museum. Comfortable seating from any vantage, Of the two shows playing Neil Grasses Tyson's Dark Universe and a little strong than the Whoopi Goldberg-narrated journey to the stars. But then, Tyson has real cred. But...More
Am I the only one questioning that they referred to the sun as a yellow star twice in the show? While my children and I definitely enjoyed the presentation and love loved the planetarium, I have concerns about the accuracy of the information.
My daughters, ages 12 &16, both thought it was very basic information. It was very lacking in interesting detail so since the seats were so comfy, we all had a great nap. The later Journey to Space 3D sounded better but couldn't stay that long,...More
Myself and my kids (6 and 11) loved the 3D IMAX documentary we saw. It is pricey but the theater is comfy and air-conditioned. You get a significant discount if you want to watch a second presentation. Since the Air & Space Museum is free...More
The Dark Universe documentary narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson was the highlight of my trip to DC! The planetarium was really something! For space freaks like me--who get a bit teary-eyed watching documentaries on the universe, this was a magical experience! The narrative was nicely...More