We stopped at this museum since it was along our path, and we could get in free with a reciprocal museum pass. It has a small collection, but what they do have is immaculately maintained. Older and smaller private aircrafts are inside, and the larger military planes are displayed outside. Their exhibits skew heavily towards those who like to fly or build their own planes. If EAA is of interests to you, you will probably like this museum. The kids were disappointed that the flight simulator experience wasn't running, but they did spend a lot of their time playing the flight simulators on the computers. It was a short enjoyable visit for us, but I'm not sure we would have paid the $10/adult admission if we didn't have a pass.
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