It’s been on the bucket list for a long time but it has always been something getting in between. At last I made it and it was even better than expected. All aviation history in one place
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Aviation has changed our world over the last century and it is well documented here. Go to see iconic pieces of that progress. Expect crowds.
Udvar Hazy Air and Space Museum is such a great experience for all of us, my grandchildren really enjoyed every single aspect. The IMAX theatre was amazing!
This museum always ranks at the top of the favorite museums in Washington DC. Deservedly so. It is chock-full of the history of flight and spaceflight, and our country's dominant role in both. There are many hands-on displays, high-tech movies, and low-tech models. The only...More
We didn’t get to see all of this museum, but what we did see was fantastic. My friend loved planes and even though I went just for him, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. We watched Journey to the Stars in the dome theatre in Einstein’s Planetarium,...More
We spent a weekend afternoon here with our toddler, who is obsessed with planes and rockets. The beauty of this museum is that it appeals to every age, so there’s something for everyone. Toddlers and small children can run around the large exhibit areas on...More
Only 4 stars because of its competition. Anywhere else in the country it is probably a five star stop. It is hard to beat the iconic Wright Flyer, Spirit of St Louis and Apollo 11 Command Module... very worth seeing and the museum is great...More
Huge museum in the center of Washington DC. Not far from subway and in walking distance from most other attractions. Some more walk-in items than the museum at Dulles but don't miss any of them if you like Air and Space.