We saw the most beautiful, historical planes from the early 1900s. We rode in helicopters, airplanes and explored the cockpit of a Boeing 747. We watched planes fly in and head out right at the runway sides.
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Upon entering, we come across a floor full of wooden planes to explore and ride, plus a small cockpit for the kids to play in.
Upon walking into the museum, we come across a blend of Halloween and some historical aircrafts.
Watch our kids flying the Blue Angel.
Seated inside the
Take Flight, inside the Cockpit
The cool thing was that we could hear the local tower talking to the incoming planes.
The kids stood right at the sides of the runway watching planes fly in and take off. One plane even circled around so they could wave to the kidz. There were screams of excitement coming from all kids. Well, me too LOL!
We wrapped up our day with lunch near the airport and a 40 minute drive home. Kidz were exhausted. Ok, so was I. It was all worth it just to see the faces on these guys. I took almost 200 pictures. Wish I could show them all, but I had to keep this blog short. Well, umm, at least as short as I could LOL. Enjoy my friends and keep following us here weekly, with PattyKakesKidz!