Other reviewers have shared extensive comments on what this charming museum offers so duplication of their contributions is not required. This is my third visit over a period of about 15 years and I continue to be struck by the pleasant human scale of this museum and its focus on programs for children and the exhibition of a collection, both owned and borrowed, relevant to the history of the important airfield which has existed here for over a century. Another nice touch is the explanation of the legendary ERCO concern and its iconic Ercoupe product which was produced on a site very close to the museum. My last visit took place during school break and the building was full of children enjoying the programs available from the museum's staff.
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