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The best I've been to so far

This is the best space museum I have been to. It has a lot of cool things such as our weight on... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2018
Matt B
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Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
That makes it the 3rd and final sister ship in the shuttle fleet that I managed to drop a visit.

The best part is spending 20 - 40 minutes having a conversation with the volunteering folks who... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
DeweyLe
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Boston, Massachusetts
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7 Jun 2018
“The best I've been to so far”
27 May 2018
“That makes it the 3rd and final sister ship in the shuttle fleet that I managed to drop a visit.”
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

This is the best space museum I have been to. It has a lot of cool things such as our weight on other planets, Space objects, etc.

Thank Matt B
Reviewed 28 May 2018

The best part is spending 20 - 40 minutes having a conversation with the volunteering folks who ACTUALLY worked in the Shuttle Program. Really knowledgable staffs and an excellent tribute to American ingenuity.

Thank DeweyLe
Reviewed 17 April 2018

Since child I would like to see a space shuttle! This was one of my best and unforgettable experiences. I'll never forget the day that I saw Enndeavour so close!

Thank Jorge R
Reviewed 27 June 2017

We had to go way out of our way to see the space shuttle, but it was worth it. Great to see something so fascinating.

Thank Lavon M
Reviewed 27 February 2017

We visited specifically to see the Endeavour Space Shuttle that is housed in the pavilion. The Endeavour is enormous – definitely worth seeing up close and personal. This museum is free but there is a small fee to view the Endeavour ($2) – well worth...More

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Reviewed 28 January 2017

We were there just to get a closer view at Endeavour - and it blew our mind. For someone like us who only managed to see the space shuttle on TV, this is indeed an eye opening experience to learn about the history of mankind's...More

Thank CheeHong
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Having watched the shuttles from conception to their final demise, throughout my life it only seemed right to visit this amazing machine when I had chance. It was an breathtaking experience, to be so close to something that has been so far away. If you...More

Thank teflontinker
Reviewed 5 August 2016

great experience for the family you can see it at all angles, except the top something we may never experience again

Thank brittGlendora_Ca
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Having seen the various Space Shuttles on TV - I thought it was no big deal to see it in person. I was wrong and to be blunt, the Space Shuttle Endeavour is a must see in person. It's enormous, much bigger then it looked...More

Thank Howard T
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is a piece of history for sure. The shuttle is huge, compact and impressive for sure.. I am not sure I could fly around in that for weeks though :-).. Respect to all the astronauts who made the trip.

Thank OCDane
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