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First thing to do after dodging all the rain showers was to sit down to a fantastic lunch! There is a great cafe called Sweet & Saucy located inside this huge hangar. Tasteful decorations still allow you a fantastic view of old military aircraft. Because...More
Wings of Eagles is in the middle of transforming and redoing, so not all the displays were out, and some were in boxes and piles. What was out was good--lots to read, but displayed like an older museum, or a museum in need of updating...More
This museum was a surprise and just an amazing collection of military aircraft, engines and aircraft components and history. The history goes back to the origins of the aircraft industry which was in this area of NYS...
I spent a couple of hours here and...More
Well organized glider museum with fun displays for the whole family. Glider rides an option weather-permitting.More
Karen R, Executive Officer at Wings Of Eagles Discovery Center, responded to this reviewResponded June 20, 2018
While we appreciate you crediting Wings of Eagles with the feedback, I believe you may be describing the National Soaring Museum on Harris Hill (it certainly sounds it from your glowing description as they have a fantastic facility). Here at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center...More
the admission is is 7 dollars adult and i think 4.50 for children. As for the time it can vary. Actually I spend about an hour going through it and taking pictures. But my wife was reading everything on the walls and she... More
the admission is is 7 dollars adult and i think 4.50 for children. As for the time it can vary. Actually I spend about an hour going through it and taking pictures. But my wife was reading everything on the walls and she could have been there for another hour or so. So I would say it depends on the detail you want. If you read about the female aviators that can take twenty minutes by itself. But I would say, without lunch, that you should give yourself at least an hour and perhaps two or more. It depends how into aviation you are. Also remember there are aircraft parked outside the building.