This is a must see sight when you visit Washington DC. I was excited about the wright brothers because this is part of our literature in third grade. Just review and seeing fresh invited was refreshing.
About Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
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This huge two-story museum features lots of historical information about the history of human flight and some impressive exhibits. A free map of the facility is available at the Welcome Center near the entrance. I devoted about three hours to touring it on Thursday, June...More
I enjoyed this museum enough not being a space/plane fanatic, but if you're not too nuts about the idea of looking at planes and space craft, skip this.
It is a very interesting place to see, especially when you have young children with. They will be occupied and entertained for hours. Good collection! Found a mistake tho' (can you believe it?). In the Pacific war area --Pearl Harbor attack to be precise-- under...More
This museum is a favorite for people of every age! Suggested time for tour is 2+ hours, but our group could've stayed all day!
Great thing to do on a hot June day. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and made it interesting. Loved hearing and seeing about the Wright brothers, the Lindberghs and Amelia Earhart..