My husband is an aircraft mechanic in the Marines and so he LOVES aviation history. There are so many planes to look at here and so much historical information. They even have a lunch deal at the little stand outside, hot dog, soft drink, and chips for $4! Only downfalls are military have to pay to get in (unless they are in uniform, which my husband isn't allowed to wear his uniform out in town so this wouldn't apply) and not every plane out on the flight line has a plaque that tells you what it is and something about it. I think they should at least offer a military discounted admission, or just let them in for free.
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