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Juan V.
Report | a month ago
Check out the gift shop, it has hidden jewels of aviation waiting to be discovered
Ann L.
Report | 4 months ago
The kids enjoyed the museum!
Antonio Q.
Report | 6 months ago
Nice and unknown museum south of Hartsfield. The family had a great time.
Fe V.
Report | 7 months ago
not for preschool kids but highly recommended for kids 8 and above who are interested with airplanes. also, gift shops have some nice items and wonderful books that aircraft enthusiast might like to own.
Kameron R.
Report | 7 months ago
Great museum!!!! Go early
Katrina B.
Report | 10 months ago
Very interesting for aviation enthusiasts and history buffs as well. Excellent for children/teens interested in aviation.
Charles M.
Report | a year ago
While a small museum currently, there are plans to expand. Also, because it was so small, we had a personal tour guide who was very knowledgable, personable, and informative.
Kris S.
Report | 2 years ago
Museum is small, but very interesting and we plan a family visit soon.
tottie j.
Report | 2 years ago
The staff Richard and Jim were extremely informative, friendly and were the best. My son loved the visit and was thrilled that we found this hidden secret. I highly recommend this place and would go back in a moments notice. Tottie Jackson
Chantale D.
Report | 2 years ago
We didn't know this place existed but we are so glad we found it!

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The National Museum of Commercial Aviation sends visitors into the friendly skies without ever leaving the ground. Inside the 6,000-square-foot facility rests a collection of more than 35,000 artifacts from airlines and facilities dating as far back as the 1930s. Glass cases house a variety of dishes and flatware from mile-high kitchens, as well as timetables and ticket jackets. Meanwhile, mannequins display 200 vintage uniforms for pilots and attendants alike. Visitors can take a seat inside a Delta Airlines 727 familiarization trainer, replete with switches, gauges, and buttons. Inside they can attempt realistic take-offs and landings while navigating the Microsoft Flight Simulator housed within. The museum is also home to one of the first tug tractors, a Gate Gourmet catering truck, and the cockpit of the Eastern Airlines Martin 404 once used by singer and musician Ray Charles to travel from gig to gig along with his three million baby grand pianos.

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