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National Air and Space Museum

National Air and Space Museum
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The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC opened on July 1, 1976. It offers an exceptional collection of artifacts, engaging displays and public programs geared toward visitors of all ages; teachers and students; life-long learners; enthusiasts and experts. Many of the most noteworthy names in aviation and space history have lectured at the Museum, from astronaut Neil Armstrong to aviation pioneer Chuck Yeager, and the Museum continues to host prominent scientists, engineers, pioneers in aviation, and leaders in space exploration year after year. Source: airandspace.si.edu