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Businiess name:  Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour
Review by:  Mark S. A.
Review content: 
I am a plane and flying fanatic and I cannot recommend this museum. It was very much overpriced for the little bit that you get. There are many plane exhibits, and even a plane that you can sit inside, but I think that’s geared more towards kids. Aside from the Johnson-Administration Air-Force One (again, you can walk inside, but all the rooms are plexi-glassed off and inhabited by old mannequins with dusty clothing) there is nothing really geared towards adults. It would be nice if there were SOMETHING interactive for adults to partake in. I found the exhibits boring and uninteresting, and the museum itself is dreadfully small. If you go in the winter and want to go on Air Force One, bring a jacket because the line you stand in is outside, and it can get chilly.

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