Virginia Air & Space Center
Region: Hampton, Other
Imaginations will soar at this hands-on, minds-on science center that features interactive exhibits, a five-story-high IMAX Theater and Cool Science every day!
Explore 100 years of flight with more than 30 aircraft, take the yoke at a number of flight simulators, and see awe-inspiring space-flight artifacts. Be amazed by the Apollo 12 Command Module and NASA's new Orion space craft. Investigate science, technology, engineering and math through Cool Science and changing exhibits. Watch a movie or be part of one in the state-of-the-art Riverside 3D IMAX Theater!
Be amazed by the Apollo 12 Command Module and NASA's new Orion space craft and so many other fascinating things from our days in Space. It's worth the drive from the oceanfront to see history!
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This is a great place to visit or even have a Formal venue. I recently attended a venue and it was spectacular to see the transformation. Very elegant and classy. The live music sounded amazing.
Or just take yourself and or kids for a tour and learn about the great beyond. Parking is a breeze always
So this place is a little pricey but worth every cent. My husband was like a kid on Christmas and my son was in awe (he is three). I recommend the small lab for your little ones. And definitely take advantage of the free IMAX movie that comes w admission. The simulator is 4 bucks. Just be warned parking is across the street. There's an open lot or the parking garage. They do have an elevator plus lots of stairs!
Had a wonderful day at this museum. Lots of stuff to see and the IMAX movie was great. The BEST part was a man named Jim who was very knowledgeable about everything in the museum. My friend and I could of talked to him for hours. Thanks Jim ❤
Great smaller museum to explore and see lots of history in one condensed trip. Takes approximately 2-4 hours depending on how much reading you want to do and how much time you want to spend looking at everything. Not overly busy on a Sunday around 2pm in April. Lots of learning and great little gift shop.
The Museum was very interesting. When I arrived I asked about parking and was told; "We close at 5." It was a male on the phone. Its 3pm. Ok. I don't care. I walk in and asked about buying tickets to enter. The female sent me to the man next to her, because she was closing out her register. And she stated " We close at 5." The man talked on the phone for about 2 minutes and finally sold me the tickets before stating to me again that they close at 5. I don't care. I'm spending my money. After I entered; 2 other families entered. It wasn't that they stated they close at 5; it's the attitude in their voice. Customer Service was HORRIBLE. The lady at Gift Shop was FANTASTIC.