If you are have aviation enthusiast, pilot or pilot-to-be and have some spare time during this holiday season, than Baltic Aviation Academy has exactly what you need. Take a look at a list of most interesting air and space museums prepared by us and choose where to have the best time with friends and family.
1. The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum
The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum is the world’s largest museum of aviation and space artefacts located in Washington D.C. This museum offers exhibitions on aviation and space exploration, covers the history of human flight, and illustrates it with art and archival materials. Visitors have an opportunity to familiarize with many different aircraft, technology, learn about innovation history, and feel the courageous and optimistic American aviation spirit. Each year museum attains approximately eight million visitors and it makes it one of the most visited museums’ in the world.
2. The Canada Aviation and Space Museum
It is one of the most spectacular museums based in Ottawa, capital of Canada, where you can spend some time getting textual and visual information. Aviation and Space museum presents three different collections: early aircraft manufacturers in Canada, military aircraft from the First World War, and the Royal Canadian Air Forces (FCAF). It is a great place for tours, workshops for kids and birthday parties in airspace environment. Museum has an international reputation and is known as the most expansive aviation collections museum.
3. Kansas Aviation Museum
This aviation museum is located in Kansas, Midwestern United States. The museum houses a world-class collection of historic, significant and one-of-a-kind aircraft and aircraft engines. A huge archive with thousands of records, schematics, books, photos and more, and a wide range of additional aviation memorabilia. It also is home to the Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame – an impressive line-up of aviation heavyweights by any measure: state, national or worldwide. And its grand art-deco style attracts both - the aviation community and anyone interested in historical preservation.
4. The Pima Air & Space Museum
The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson Arizona, is one of the largest aviation Museums in the world. The Museum maintains a collection of more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft from around the globe, and more than 125,000 artefacts. On the display you can also find President John F. Kennedy's Air Force One, and presidential aircraft used by presidents Nixon and Johnson and see them up close because there no barriers around the entire collection.
5. Aviation Centre and Boeing Tour
The aviation centre enables you to see tours of the nearby Boeing plant, located in Seattle, WA. A 90-minute guided exploration takes place in what is said to be the largest building in the world (by volume), and that is where Boeing 747s, 767s, 777s and 787s are built. Visitors can see airplanes in various stages of production and flight tests performed prior to the planes being delivered to the customers around the world. Aviation Centre and Boeing Tour is accessible for visitors two times per day.
6. The National Museum of the US Air Force
National Museum of the United States Air Force is the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. It conserves and presents the Air Force's history, heritage and traditions, as well as today's mission to fly, fight and win. Visitors are presented with engaging exhibits, educational outreach, special programs, and the stewardship of the national historic collection. Museum is based in Ohio, Midwestern United States.
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