The museum itself is not exceptional, but considering the limited means they have (mostly volunteers) it's awsome.
The very rare SR 71 blackbird by itself justify the stop. The modern aircrafts are very accessible, and you can still feel the smell of dust and oil that the veteran must have experienced for real: you can walk under a B52 with open bomb slot.
The majority (80%) of the exhibit is outside, so I wouldn't recommend to go their by a rainy nor windy day.
Their are workshops for young children around rockets and airplanes offered the saturdays. Contact the museum for dates and hours. The one my kids could follow was about rocket history and led by a NASA former consultant.
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