Not only was the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum an in-depth look into the glorious past of air travel, but I found the staff, especially our guide, to be both friendly and knowledgeable. The information we received on our tour placed Reading on the map of aviation history and was peppered with a wide range of interesting facts and andecdotes. Furthermore, the museum still operates as an active garage, restoring one of the only four P-61s that still exist.
Definitely worth a visit.
This palce was packed solid with vintage aircraft . The staff was friendly and very informative . What is even more amazing , these planes still fly ! I will return when the P-61 is restored . Thanks for the trip into the past .
Robert C. Jacobs
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