This is a small museum on top of a 1700 foot hill next to a runway for gliders. The museum explains the history of gliding nicely, with a useful film. I mostly took in the elegant long wings and graceful bodies of the planes on display. You can watch gliders get taken aloft and follow them as they come in for a landing from the museum or parking lot.. Glider rides can be arranged.
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