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They have a new and larger museum building with planes inside. There are more planes outside with descriptive plaques. Didn't have time to go into the old museum building so don't know what its like.
Both our boys enjoy airplanes. Looking for something low key to do that they would enjoy. Glad we decided to check this place out and that the rain held out. We were able to enjoy the static displays of a variety of Navy aircraft and helicopters. Even the indoor exhibits and small theater were interesting. We easily spent two hours... 更多
Great 1-2 hours, specially for kids. They have prototypes developed at the Pax River Base. Pay a little extra and try the flight simulators. My boys tried to find each other in the air and shoot each other down. The interpreters, staff and volunteers were very knowledgeable and passionate about the collection.
The museum was small but packed full of old military artifacts. The best part for the kids was getting to fly a simulator (which costs a lot extra but the retired pilots are great fun). The old planes out back were fun to see.
A great way to spend an afternoon. This museum has a little bit of everything pertaining to aircraft. As soon as you walk in you're greeted by two large scale models of aircraft carriers with planes on deck. There's a display of technical equipment; radar, navigation, etc. Ejection seats, flight suits, helmets, jet engines, more models and flight simulators. Then... 更多
1. Background/Expectations. As a retired Marine Corps Infantry Officer and history enthusiast, I have had the ability/privilege to visit quite a few museums of this type all across the United States and abroad so my expectations are typically very high; I was not disappointed. NOTE. This museum contains primarily aircraft that served their entire life at NAS Pax River conducting... 更多
The new museum formally opens to the public in January 2016. The facility is modern in style and will offer both static and interactive exhibits. The museum will also offer opportunities to tour various planes and platforms which makeup our US Navy Fleet.