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“If you love aviation, motors, and their systems...”

Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust
Ranked #89 of 170 things to do in Indianapolis
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Owner description: The James A. Allison Exhibition is a collection of + 20 Allison and Rolls-Royce aircraft and other engines from 1915 and WWI to the most modern F-35 Joint Strike Fighter LiftSystem, with lots of Jets, Turboprops, Helicopter and VTOL engines in-between. The Exhibition features electronic touch screen displays that help explain how they work, and how they are used. Each display has large scale models of the aircraft they power. The Exhibition opened on January 24, 2017 and will continue to grow with new exhibits on a regular basis. Group Tours by prior scheduling
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities
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“If you love aviation, motors, and their systems...”
Reviewed June 28, 2014

this lovely museum is Nirvana! With all of the history of Allison Engineering laid out, from the beginning through the V motors that helped win WW2, through the jet age and their joining with Rolls-Royce to carry on through the future, this is an amazing place to spend a few hours! Along with the Allison engines, the prettiest Rolls-Royce Merlin I've ever seen is on display; there are cut-away engines that motor through to demonstrate things; displays of Allison transmissions that have powered everything from tanks to city buses; Allison's ventures into turbine technology for cars; Rolls-Royce's engines from WW2 through the Harrier program; helicopter turbines; one wonderful display after another! I was lucky enough to find a reference to it in a hotel room tourism guide and am so very glad I did!

Visited June 2014
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