My 16 year old grandson and I visited. The museum is right next to the air field. A glider was taking off when we arrived and we watched until it separated from the tow plane and soared on. Also saw one landing. The museum included a 30 minute film which followed a young woman getting training from first experience to soloing, as well as an International race for experts.
The museum itself is full of gliders, but we enjoyed most the wall of models set in historical sequence.
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