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We have been to many museums like this and spent HOURS. We were in and out within 1/2 hour. On top of that, we went for 11 a.m. (opening) only to find that they changed the hours. I had purchased a Groupon, so we had...More
The different rooms and displays of Bell, Curtice Wright and various aircraft are fantastic. Also the many photos that show the Westerns New York's place in aviation development is very enlightening into how much we contributed, especially women.
We drove from Toronto to take a trip to Buffalo and visited the museum where we were pleasantly surprised. Thanks to Walter L, we had such an amazing experience. He is knowledgeable about all the history, science and practicality of the industry and he showed...More
We visited this small non-profit museum run by volunteers and were impressed by the collection of items telling the story of NY state's contribution to flight through history. We received a friendly greeting upon entering the museum and met Walter who became our guide. Interesting...More
This is a great place to see the evolution of flight from the early airplanes to modern rocket engines and rocketry. Our volunteer guide, Walter, is a remarkable wealth of information. He has encyclopedic knowledge of aerospace and the history of it in the region....More
I took my two airplane crazy, aerospace engineering obsessed teenage sons. That's where we met Walter who kept my boys enthralled with WNY aerospace history for four hours. We went there to gather some information on Glenn Curtiss for a Boy Scout presentation. We left...More
Our docent was great! He spent a lot of time and ties the exhibits into the NY area background. He was very knowledgeable and pleasant. Helicopter section was different than we had seen before and very interesting.