This is a smaller museum with about 15 planes on display. What is so cool is how close you can get to them. They are roped off so you don't get inside them - and as long as visitors continue to obey the signs that say DO NOT TOUCH. But we were so close we walked under wings.
We got to watch them start one of the old planes. They didn't fly it, but it was interesting to see what it took to start a plane by spinning the propeller.
The people at the museum were in the process of restoring 2 planes. It's almost like a club of old plane enthusiasts opened a museum. The staff/volunteers were very knowledgeable and shared lots of information.
FREE ADMISSION - though donations are appreciated to help support the museum.
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