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National Air & Space Museum

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The National Air & Space Museum is a must-see for all visitors to Washington, DC. Even if you're not a huge aeronautics fan, there is something for everyone here. Huge planes hang...

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Planes and space ships galore! 2/28/2006

The National Air & Space Museum is one of the fantastic Smithsonian Museums. A huge perk to visiting any of these museums is that they're all FREE. Additionally, the National Air & Space museum has a bunch of really nice exhibits--most striking is the planes hanging over your head when you walk into the lobby. They have a lot of information about what it's like to be an astronaut, as well as exhibits on the solar system and astronomy. It's a great place for kids--and adults as well! Hours of entertainment...and also hours of walking. Wear comfy shoes! more

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National Air & Space Museum 2/27/2006

The National Air & Space Museum is a must-see for all visitors to Washington, DC. Even if you're not a huge aeronautics fan, there is something for everyone here. Huge planes hang from the atrium ceiling, and a recreated Space Lab lets visitors get and up-close perspective of the insides. Individual galleries highlight aviation, aeronautics, and space travel. There's an IMAX theater (which isn't free), two fantastic gift shops, a full-service restaurant, and a McDonald's/Starbucks. You can easily spend an entire day here if your feet and back can handle it. I suggest taking a curator-led tour of part of the museum, which is really helpful in understanding the history behind some of the planes. more

Wonderful display of aviation 12/28/2005

The National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC is the one of the most visited Smithsonian museums for a reason. Right when you walk in, there are historic planes hanging above your head and as you explore, you learn about all of the milestones and moments in aviation. They have a wonderful theater where they show IMAX movies about varying topics. They recently opened another location near Dulles that houses some of the large planes that have made history. more
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