If you are into naval aviation, this is the place for you. It's reasonable to get into, there are plenty of aircraft to view, as well as other exhibits. You can get through it in 90 minutes, but if you have the time, stay longer.
We are members of NASW (as it is known). The collection is extensive, focusing primarily on WW II aircraft. This is a "go to" attraction for families on rainy days, since there are some hands-on activities: a control tower, where you can "call" someone below (or above) you; a flight simulator; a radio room (Morse code is tough!); and many... 更多
Disappointment and not enough planes for the admission price ! I would never recommend this to anyone unless they are really in love with navy planes from World War II and if it is a rainy day (in hell)!
I was not in the military nor am I a pilot, but I very much enjoyed this museum. The old planes and helicopters were fascinating. There are several that you can get into and all are great for photos.
Not too much time required for this attraction but it is very historic. You can get into a plane and take lots of photos. Nice fun for a history buff or for children who treasure places and boats of yesterday.
We went to the museum in a full rainstorm on a Saturday morning. There was a special event in that there was a. B 17, B 25 Liberator and a B26 bombers there for tours and flights. The museum has great exhibits , photos, and original and restored aircraft and gear . It is housed in an original WW2 hanger... 更多
We always visit this museum when in the Cape May area. There are an abundance of displays, and we were fortunate to have visited during The Collings Foundation visit of a B-17, B-24, B-25 and P-51! A great experience.
If you have kids or are alone this is a must see. Interactive and fun. Great Photo opportunities! Jump in the cockpit and pretend you are Maverick! A must see!