While it is true that many airplane museums have more aircraft, this is a discovery (educational) center not a museum. I learned things here.
It was easy to spend two hours here, about half of it looking at the timeline on the back wall depicting important events in aviation through the years.
A restaurant inside offers a variety of food including several kinds of tasty soup, all at reasonable prices. It appeared that locals come here for lunch.
The staff is friendly and helpful. Special thanks to Karen.
Note: The discovery center has very short hours, only from 11 to 3, Tuesday through Saturday. I wish it were open longer as I had to return the following day to see it all.
Look for it on the west side of the airport, with airplanes parked around it. (They can be viewed even when the building is closed.)
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