Frontiers of Flight Museum is an assembly of artifacts celebrating the chronicles of flight. From the Wright brothers to the ... More
Frontiers of Flight Museum
Frontiers of Flight Museum is an assembly of artifacts celebrating the chronicles of flight. From the Wright brothers to the space age, each display is carefully organized to provide in-depth information on aircraft history. Exhibited models are on loan from the University of Texas at Dallas' Collection of Flight, one of the largest aviation archives in the country. Highlights include Hindenburg artifacts and the Apollo 7 spacecraft. You'll find the exhibits to be fun and engaging for the whole family.
This museum is a must for children of all ages. If you have an interest in Air & Space travel - there is something for everyone!
The museum goes from jet planes to Apollo capsules. They have the Apollo 7 on display, and will be adding a Moon Rock to their collection in October 2005. The exhibits are very well done, and the museum is associated with Smithsonian Institute.
The museum has a great lecture series that includes pilots, astronauts, and scientists.
Check it out today!
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