National Air and Space Museum

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General Information

The National Air and Space Museum also known as the NASM is a museum that is dedicated to displaying historic aircraft and spacecraft, it is situated in Washington, United States. The museum was established in 1946 and its main building opened in 1976 on the National Mall. Over the years the museum has amassed the largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft in the world. The museum is also used as a research center into the history and science of aviation as well as terrestrial geology and geophysics. The museum displays some of the world's most iconic aircrafts and spacecrafts.

Getting there

The museum is situated on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Street parking and car parks around the museum are very limited. The best way to travel to the museum is by public transport. The Museum is near Metrorail(subway) stops on the blue, orange, yellow, and green lines. The closest Metrorail stop is at ‘L'Enfant Plaza’. The Metrobus stops right outside the Museum entrance on Independence Avenue, SW, and along 7th Street, SW.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open seven days a week from 10am-5pm. Admission to the museum is free. The museum takes security seriously and they have a list of prohibited items, it is advised to look this up before you visit. Usual museum rules apply. You can also look up the museum's exhibits online to get an idea of what is on display.

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  • 600 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560, USA
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  • +1 202-633-2214

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KOD

Posted: 6 Apr 2021, 11:55

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Not an aviation enthusiast but good

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I'm not really an aviation geek but found this place really interesting. I was looking for something to do whilst in the city for business again and this was one of the few places in the city that my American colleagues could think of visiting where i'd not visited before. I'm glad they recommended this place. Even though i've never been into aviation i could appreciate the engineering and improvements in engineering over the years in aviation. Was completely free too, Bonus!!

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