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- $24 for admission for four (up to a $48 value)
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New England Air Museum
It takes three large exhibit hangars and an open-air tarmac to hold New England Air Museum’s large collection of more than 80 civilian and military aircraft. Here you can see one of the remaining Boeing B-29 Superfortresses, one of the most advanced bombers during World War II. The museum also contains the Republic RC-3 Seabee, a single-engine amphibian aircraft. The collection encompasses helicopters, gyrocopters, and gliders. There’s even the Silas Brooks Balloon Basket, a basket circa-1870 that’s thought to be the oldest surviving aircraft in the United States.
A variety of special events run periodically, such as kid-friendly demonstrations that explain of the scientific principles that make flight possible, and the Build and Fly Station, where visitors are encouraged construct and keep their own aircraft.
I came with my sons boy scout troop and was amazed at all the history lying here. The flight simulators are ARE AMAZING.geek12345, TripAdvisor, 11/11/12
they have a great selection of planes and volunteers who are knowledgeable and love to tell the stories of the planes to the young and old alike.Geoffrey Zub, Google+ Local
Bradley International Airport
36 Perimeter Rd.
Windsor Locks, Connecticut 06096