At the Frontiers of Flight Museum, artifacts, exhibits, and knowledgable staffers help you understand the stories of those who went "higher, faster, farther, first in aviation and space flight":
• $8 ($16 value) for two tickets
• $16 ($32 value) for four tickets
• Open daily until 5 p.m.
"This small-but-enthralling museum boasts such star attractions as the Apollo 7 command module; the one-of-a-kind Vought V-173 "Flying Pancake"; a life-size reproduction of the Wright brothers' plane flown at Kitty Hawk, N.C., in 1903; prominent mentions of Dallas-related aviation history; and the only moon rock on display in North Texas." -- The Dallas Morning News
Take Flight at This Museum
This modern 100,000-square-foot facility associated with the Smithsonian Institution is dedicated to exploring the history and future of aviation. Schedule a tour, or just browse the varied exhibits and artifacts, such as items from the Hindenburg and more than 30 vintage aircrafts.
Frontiers of Flight Museum's Website
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Frontiers of Flight Museum
Let Your Imagination Soar at This Museum