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There’s a lot here. Most of it not worth seeing. You would come here to see the space shuttle Endeavour which is housed in its own building. Each of the four remaining shuttles are positioned differently. With Endeavour it sits on stilts above you so...More
It's was such an interesting exhibit with a lot of background information to help you understand and appreciate the significance of the space program over the years and how hard it is to engineer and build a shuttle. Loved every aspect of the exhibit and...More
Seeing the Space Shuttle Endeavor in person was a real thrill. You imagine how bit these shuttles will be in person, but then to actually be standing next to one is breathtaking. Seeing all the tiles that make up the outside of the spacecraft is...More
The best part is spending 20 - 40 minutes having a conversation with the volunteering folks who ACTUALLY worked in the Shuttle Program. Really knowledgable staffs and an excellent tribute to American ingenuity.
We visited specifically to see the Endeavour Space Shuttle that is housed in the pavilion. The Endeavour is enormous – definitely worth seeing up close and personal. This museum is free but there is a small fee to view the Endeavour ($2) – well worth...More
We were there just to get a closer view at Endeavour - and it blew our mind. For someone like us who only managed to see the space shuttle on TV, this is indeed an eye opening experience to learn about the history of mankind's...More
Having watched the shuttles from conception to their final demise, throughout my life it only seemed right to visit this amazing machine when I had chance.
It was an breathtaking experience, to be so close to something that has been so far away.