Visited here with the kids and grand kids. This was an amazing museum housing quite a historical collection of various aircraft. I believe it was free of charge with opportunity to make donations. Exhibits were well done and informative. You can tell it is a labor of love of those involved to make this available to the public. There is... 更多
We went here last Spring, and I took a flight on the Stearman! It takes you around Hendersonville and a Little in the surrounding mountains for about a 20-30 minute flight, and the scenery is wonderful!!! Can´t wait to go back in the Fall to see the leaves from the air!!!
We were visiting retired parents with high school kids. OH MY GOSH -- horrible weather. Took sons there to look at planes. The whole afternoon far exceeded my low expectations -- primarily because the docents spent so much time talking with the kids about the planes. We've been to air museums across the country and while there are bigger, flashier... 更多
You can see it all in about a half hour. It was interesting. A little difficult to find. We were a little disappointed that there is not a whole lot to see.
Great museum! Be sure to take the guided tour -- lots of great history and stories! You can sit in some of the planes and even see planes being built or repaired. Really interesting! We arrived outside of the normal operating hours and were still given the tour -- fantastic!
We went to the WNC Air Museum not really expecting a lot, but was pleasantly surprised at the staff's knowledge and eagerness to help, and willingness to explain the intricacies of each plane. We found it be very educational and quite interesting. There is no admission charge, but please donate at the box close to the door. This place is... 更多
We found the WNC Air Museum to be very interesting, there are several planes on display and memorabilia. The people who staff the museum are very quick to explain and or answer questions. Teen age children would find this museum to be educational.
Well, having been involved in aviation for much of my life, and holding a private pilot's license signed by Alexander Butterfield, I find that any place calling itself an "Air Museum" is worth a visit. This one sure is, even for an hour or two. There's no admission charge, so leave them a donation. Everything, it's clear, is handled by... 更多
There is a large display of planes from the 20's to the 40's. There is quite a variety from classics to homebuilts. The folks at the museum love to share their passion of flying and enjoy talking about the various planes on display.. There are lots of models of various warbirds also. They even have a small gift shop. I... 更多