We saw the road sign for Wilbur Wright Birthplace and Museum while traveling west. We decided to stop and check it out. We passed through about 4 miles of farmland following good signs on side of road before we arrived. Volunteers run the museum, we applaud them for their committment to this small tribute to the Wright Brothers and their contribution to our American life. A good movie, great displays, very interesting museum. Glad we took the time to see it. Young families would appreciate it, when we visited, the local group of remote control aircraft were there using the field in back of the museum.
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