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 for admission
• $16 ($32 value) for four tickets for admission
• 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.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON May 22, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON January 20, 2015
back by popular demand:
Frontiers of Flight Museum
With Two or Four Tickets for Museum Admission, You'll See Vintage Airplanes and Space Artifacts
- from $8