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Boeing 737-200 Level D Flight Simulator

It was a great experience to fly B737-200 at the Flight Simulator at this museum. The instructor... read more

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Masarah001
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Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
Visited while in ATLANTA for the weekend

My son and I love planes. My father worked 25 years for Eastern Airlines before they went bankrupt... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
seasonedtraveler1965
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Joppa, Maryland
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This museum provides the background foundation of Delta Airlines starting up in the south from its agricultural crop dusting roots to now the largest and most successful US airline. In addition to the history in the museum, climb aboard the old and very large 747 airplane that Delta flew and converted into an exhibit. You can see what progress air travel has made, and that Delta has been at the forefront.
Too bad there are no longer Delta peanuts!

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank robertgoingjr
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Reviewed January 8, 2020

Getting to the museum is fairly straightforward, but security is a little more heightened since it’s located next to the HJ Atlanta airport. That being said, the museum is very spacious and they have a great collections of older planes on display. Since it’s a Delta museum, the perspective of the museum is from a commercial point of view, so all elements of the various exhibits stem from that POV. Being able to enter older planes and learn about the functionality of the planes, including their features and construction, was very educational. There are a few interactive experiences and also videos that explain the history of Delta Airlines. The museum does include access to enter a 747 that is across the parking lot, and that’s pretty interesting to visit as well. Highly recommended!

Date of experience: December 2019
Thank sumaksito
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Reviewed January 7, 2020

Love the history offered here and how the home of ATL was the center of the survival of this crop dusting small airline in 1950s. Thanks to all that continue to inspire and grow our service! We love it!

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank Cindy S
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Reviewed December 30, 2019

I had been to the museum as part of an event, but had not been able to spend the time seeing it. There is a section on old planes and history of Delta. There is a newer section with a 767 and information about Delta. You can go inside the 767. The ticket includes access to a 747 outside. You can walk in it and go above the wing. We enjoyed the museum and were glad we went.

Date of experience: December 2019
Thank Jim_atl
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Reviewed December 29, 2019 via mobile

This is a neat museum with all types of exhibits. You will learn the history of Delta Airlines. There is a movie to watch, many planes to see, several hands-on exhibits and uniforms through the ages. There is a gift shop and a military rate. If you are in the Atlanta area you should definitely make it a point to stop by!

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank tonyas540
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