The museum is great, summer months are very crowded. There are so many items to see and many things for the kids to do. If you like aircraft, you will really like the Dulles Air and Space museum.
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Most popular of the Smithsonian museums so plan for crowds. Great exhibits with many that are interactive. Museum has three floors, numerous restrooms but only one food court that was closed, and several gift shops. Exhibits span time from the Wright Brothers to lunar landing....More
Amazing Museum we managed to visit twice in 5 days, and still did not see everything. Should be a good reason to return to Washington one day to see the rest! Docent (Museum Guide) Christian Fay was so interesting and keen to talk about the...More
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is unlike any other museum anywhere else. For all things relative to air and space, this is the place, with all original airplanes and and a multitude of air and space equipment and history. This alsos includes a...More
Really enjoyed wandering around the museum. You can go on a free 90 minute tour but we had a self-guided tour as it was very easy to access all the exhibits. They have an excellent collection. There are 2 sites, one in central DC and...More
Such a wonderful place to visit. There are extensive displays of the history of flight from air balloons to the very latest in space exploration. The museum includes some original airplanes including Charles Lindbergh 's Spirit of St Louis and the Wright brothers plane. There...More