Rebeca texted us at 9:30 described what she was wearing and where she would meet us. She was right on time. She was friendly and knowledgeable about the museum and wanted to make sure we saw what we had come to see. We did not...More
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This is by far the best air & space museum I have ever been to!!! I highly recommend the drive out to Dulles to see this museum. You can spend a full day here or a few hours and it is worth your time. Great...More
See a Blackbird, a Concorde, the Space Shuttle Discovery, and many many other really great original planes. We did a free two hour tour which was brilliant, a very knowledgeable guide. Well worth the trip out to the museum, near the airport
What a beautiful museum and a good location for folks staying in the business corridor. A quick trip can suffice but there are tons of planes to see. Sadly I didn't get into the Space exhibit as it was closed on the morning I was...More
My friend and I visited on a Saturday afternoon and were amazed how uncrowded the museum is compared to the one on the Mall. The displays of aircraft, instruments, and related items are awesome. There are firsts, like Langley's unwieldy plane competing with the Wright...More
Awesome experience...I highly recommend. We had so much fun looking at all the airplanes! We also saw the Space Shuttle Discovery and the Ebola Gay. We saw a helicopter that went around the world...the Concord....a Tomcat...an SR 71....and sooooo much more!
I have wanted o go to the Udvar Hazy centre since it opened and it more than lived up to my expectations. They have an exceptional collection of beautifully restored aircraft plus ones where restoration is in progress as well as engines, instruments and aircraft...More
What a fantastic place to go to! A lot of people only go to the one in DC and overlook the one in Chantilly! What a HUGE mistake! This one is AWESOME!! We had Richard Grant as a tour guide. Mr Grant was wonderful... extremely...More
We visited there for the lunar eclipse bad the traffic was insane. Thankfully we already had glasses and found other things to occupy our time while we waited for the eclipse. Parking is $15 (I think) but they accept credit cards.