We arrived a half hour before the museum closed so they took half off admission. Since the place was pretty empty, we were able to walk right up to every plane and my son got to sit in all the cockpits. My husband was very impressed to see so many WWII planes as well as other planes. The hangar is huge and cool inside. We did not get to eat at the cafe since it was closed. We did get to look through their shop which had lots of flight related shirts and other items. We plan on coming back to visit with our older son. The planes are all on the ground in the hangar so people in wheelchairs and young kids can get up close to the planes.