This is a really neat place to take teenagers. They will really like the Apollo space exhibits and Amelia Earhart displays. Awesome display of Army planes and a Naval base ship.
About National Air and Space Museum
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You pay 15 dollars for parking - no admission fee. The imax theatre movies are extra. Watched the one on D-Day - was amazing!! Spent about 4 hours there. Amazing to see the space shuttle and concord! The amount of planes and information- the history...More
This is a must see attraction of you like science and technology. It has real and many items from the beginning of flight till beyond. It is totally free and includes a guided tour along with . A great place to learn about flight and...More
I enjoyed visiting the air and space museum. The are lots of great exhibits that you can learn how planes fly and the history of aircraft and flight. You could spend hours there. They do free guided tours if your into that. Great place to...More
All the aviation and space history is displayed here, looking the atmosphere burning effect on the recovery Apollo module was impressive. Do not leave DC without visiting this museum.
This museum is definitely worth the visit. You need time to explore all the exhibits and soak up the history. It was a rainy cold day on the only day we had for sightseeing, so this was the perfect choice.
Easy to get to and better parking than D.C. Air Museum. Great for families (members of all ages). Nice way to spend an afternoon. This museum has one of the Air France Concordes, which is always a beautiful sight. A must for WW 2 history...More