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Note to visitors: Starting Oct 7, 2019, please enter through the Jefferson Drive entrance (National Mall side). The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum maintains the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world.
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The museum is being renovated so the entrance has changed. Some of the marked pathways are flooded. After entering the museum soaking wet, we asked about umbrella bags or a cloak room. The museum has neither. So we're walking around in our soaked coats and...More
Well well well... I had such high expectations... rumours had circled about a taxidermied monkey from space... to see how the space men and women really lived... and oh ! The “freeze dried space food”. Right off the bat, my friend made the astute observation...More
Lots is closed for construction. It is ok for a quick visit. The day before, i had visited the building at Dulles Airport. Here, i came specifically for the Wright Brothers, the history of navigation exhibit (i finally got to use a sextant !), the...More
Most of this museum is under construction. However, there are several displays which make it worth the visit. Armstrong’s space suite, friendship 7 capsule, Gemini capsule, lunar lander, spirit of st Louise, and a full size shuttle engine are all on display and awe inspiring.
This is another must see museum however, they have just started a seven year renovation so your visit will be a little different depending on when you go and if you return in 7 years you will see the best face of the museum as...More
We were there today and my kids were not impressed. It is crowded and everyone is fighting to see the exhibits that are open. We left after an hour. The line to get In was long and I don’t think it was worth it unless you... More
We were there today and my kids were not impressed. It is crowded and everyone is fighting to see the exhibits that are open. We left after an hour. The line to get In was long and I don’t think it was worth it unless you really love air and space.