This is a gem. We planned to spend an hour going through the museum - ended up more than three hours which could have been extended but for closing time. There are "hands-on" displays and so many planes from various eras; plenty of docents (most of whom are pilots) ready to add interesting anecdotes. We were very fortunate to speak with a pilot who flew over Japan in WWII who had been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. There is a traveling exhibit of Frances Gary Powers' experience as a U2 pilot who spent time in prison in USSR; one item was surprising - a beautiful carpet he made. In addition to the exhibits, there are numerous lectures if you have the time. We certainly recommend this museum - it's great for all ages. There is a gift shop and a restaurant. We looked at the prices in the restaurant and they were very reasonable but we didn't eat there although we plan to do so later.
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