Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum – Washington, DC

Made up of 15 separate museums the National Air and Space Museum is just one of the museums that make up the Smithsonian Institution. The Air and Space Museum consists of 23 galleries that exhibit the history of flight from before the Wright Brothers to the space age.
The National Air and Space Museum opened in 1976 and admission is free.
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
On display are the original spacecraft that traveled to the moon and back. Amazing!
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Apollo capsule.
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Replica of the Lunar Lander.
Did I mention admission is free!
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
The world famous Spirit of St Louis flown by Charles Lindbergh on a non-stop 33 hour flight from NY to Paris in 1927. Such great history here.
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum
Replica of the Wright Brothers first aircraft.
Smithsonian Institution – National Air and Space Museum

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