Loved this museum there is so much to see there and plenty for everyone to do young or old. I loved going to the planetarium and watching journey to the stars.
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This museum offers a very complete overview of American aviation history. From the smallest aircraft to the Space shuttle, they have it. Entrance is free, but parking for the car is about 15USD. Food or drinks are not allowed, but they have a McDonald's in-house....More
Firstly, my husband works in the aerospace industry and we couldn't drag him out of here. Having said that, we also had teenagers with us who likewise were enthralled. Yes, you have to pay parking, but at least there is a parking lot to park...More
A huge collection of vintage aircrafts both from the ARMY and CIVIL stream. A thriller both for elders and youngsters including tiny toddlers specially the observation deck over looking the WASHINGTON DULLES airport runway strip.The space section including the DISCOVERY in its original form as...More
Took our son here one Saturday and he loved it. I was also impressed with this museum. They have lots of aviation and space vehicles you can see. There is also a hands on station where my son was able to touch a star. Through...More
We last went here about 7 years ago - it is even MORE amazing now ! Better layout for Space Shuttle & related Space history artifacts; IMAX add was a huge bonus update! McDonalds onsite can handle large crowds - but it is freakingly noisy...More
We stopped in D.C. area for a day before flying back from after visiting family. The Air and space museum was a big kid for our little ones and the observatory was fun to watch the planes landing. there was a long line (wait time)...More