Fascinating. People come from all over the world to see this place, and it’s worth it. Also, they run a Space Camp program in the summer. My cousin, who lives near Huntsville, said that when Tom Hanks sent his kids, no one was watching their own kids graduation but everyone was craning their necks to see Hanks and his wife. I highly recommend the camp. There’s a pure Space Camp program, and Aviation Challenge that uses simulators to hold a Top Gun tournament at the end, and a robotics Space Camp for those who are inclined to engineering.
The rockets are just humongous. You cannot believe how big they are. You can see one of the Saturn V rockets that’s upright from miles away. The parking lot has a scale model Solar System: the distances between planets are much bigger than you think - I cant remember if they still have a Pluto () but if they do, it’s at the other end of the parking lot.
There are so many things to do and see at the Space Museum and the other exhibits. It’s the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing - go see it!More