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Would definitely recommend if in the area, cool bit of history. This is a national park, $10 per adult (our kids were free, not sure of age limit to have to pay). Overall, it does a great job of explaining the process the Wright Brothers...More
The museum is fairly small but has some interesting displays. There is a junior ranger program for the kids. The ranger led talks are interesting and give you a detailed review of the history of the area and how the flight took place. It is...More
A large field with markers that show the dates and the number of meters for each attempt.
Nothing much to see.
One has to be well informed regarding the details of the Wright brothers’ numerous attempts!
Makes one reflect on the fact that life is...More
My husband loves history and had looked forward to visiting this park. He was not disappointed. The museum is air conditioned and very well done without being overwhelming. The exterior sites to see were also very interesting. Be wary of walking around outside though on...More
It's fascinating to see the place where history took place. The museum and the history of the Wright Brothers is fascinating especially being from Dayton. You can see all of the markers for the flights and climb the Memorial. The Memorial itself is beautiful. Definitely...More
There is a little walking, but it is mostly flat and takes little time during the tour. If you walk the hill to the monument, it can be steep in places, but a short distance. Elderly and kids can do it, no problem, just... More
There is a little walking, but it is mostly flat and takes little time during the tour. If you walk the hill to the monument, it can be steep in places, but a short distance. Elderly and kids can do it, no problem, just keep the heat and sun exposure in mind.