We had high hopes for our visit here after others remarked the collection was heavy on early space stuff from the Gemini and Apollo eras. Not so much, really. The collection was OK, but not presented in a way that made it easy to appreciate.
The "Space Hall of Fame" was just plaques along the stairway ramps. And didn't seem to take into account many of the more important figures in Space History, or at least not in a balanced way. We enjoyed the model satellites inside, and were glad our volunteer told us we could visit the remains of Ham the Space Chimp outside.
The most interesting thing really was the missile garden and the sled in the shed out back.
Those decelleration experiments look really scary. Whew!
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