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“Great little place!”

Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in Teterboro
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Owner description: 2014 OPEN COCKPIT WEEKENDS! March 29-30, May 24-25, July 26-27, Sept. 27-28, Nov. 15,16 From 10 AM till 4 PM Saturday and Sunday. This gives our patrons two days over the weekend to come out to this special event instead of just one as in the past. Visitors can sit in the cockpits of a one-of-a-kind 1950 Martin 202 airliner, a rare Lockheed-designed Bush Plane, a Cobra gunship helicopter, An HH-52A Coast Guard helicopter, an OV-1A Mohawk close support aircraft, our "Little-Cut-Up" aircraft control demonstrator, and the control cab of an Airport Rescue and Fire-Fighting truck.People, young and old can learn how the flight systems work. Qualified pilots will help guests understand the instruments and controls of these special aircraft.Admission $7.00 Adults, $5.00 Seniors and children under 12
Reviewed 3 November 2013 via mobile

Worth the money. Lots of stuff to see and learn about. Great for kid. Lots of stuff to climb in and see. Lots of fun for old and young.

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Reviewed 16 October 2012

We visited the museum on an Open Cockpit Day and had great fun even without any accompanying children. Our visit started with the video on the State's two-century history in aviation and space programs. I got to know some new information. The Hall of Fame recognizes Jerseyans whose aeronautical achievements have brought honor to the State. While we were there it was a surprise to meet one of them in person. Lt. Col. Stephen Riethof is a volunteer at the museum. I guess there is a chance of meeting him during your visit. The museum has a lot of indoor exhibits including the first American hovercraft. The outdoor yard has a number of planes. You can get into them if you visit during an Open Cockpit Day. I found the world's last remaining Martin 202 particularly interesting. Check out the events at the museum website before you visit. There is a Facebook group page that you can become a member of for extra information. I think I will go back for the next Wings and Wheels event.

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Reviewed 26 May 2014
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