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“Good museum”

Texas Air & Space Museum
Ranked #12 of 50 things to do in Amarillo
Certificate of Excellence
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Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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8 reviews
3 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
“Good museum”
Reviewed August 11, 2013

If anyone in your party is interested in aviation history this is a must do. We visited on a rainy day and were unable to look at the outdoor planes but enjoyed the indoor exhibits immensely.

Visited July 2013
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2 Thank Rhonda A
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English first
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
2 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
“Friendly one on one attention at this little but wondeful museum.”
Reviewed June 25, 2013 via mobile

Brought my 2 toddlers who loved being able to go in the cockpit of an aircraft carrier. The volunteers are wonderful gems.

Visited June 2013
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2 Thank Jennifer B
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Thatcham, United Kingdom
1 review
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
“Aviation buffs will love this place”
Reviewed December 5, 2012

If you are an aviation or space shuttle enthusiast and you find yourself near Amarillo then you would be a fool to miss this little gem of a museum. Presided over by two retired aviators whose past experiences and enthusiasm alone will make your visit worthwhile. For me the best exhibit is the overgrown executive jet (Grumman C-11A) with the NASA logo on the tail; once you have climbed the stepladder to get inside you see a flight deck that on the right hand side is a normal jet on the left, pure space shuttle, where the shuttle pilots learned how to land the worlds heaviest glider.

Visited December 2012
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7 Thank Dave B
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