Really well thought out exhibit. The museum was closed for remodeling but there was no shortage of sites for a tourist. We especially enjoyed the statues of the first flight. Hill and steps were tough on this 79 years old man but not dangerous.
About Wright Brothers National Memorial
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Who hasn't been on an airplane and wondered how that huge piece of metal stays in the air? Well here's where it all started. Pretty amazing how these two brothers determination changed our world. Not a huge exhibit but covered alot and was really interesting....More
We were disappointed that the Visitor's Center was being renovated. They did inform us of this at the gate, but it was still a little sad since that is where the replica plane is housed. You can visit the replica hangar and living quarters, as...More
Fun and informative. Lots of walking and it was a hot day. It was still a fun and educational experience. When we arrived we were treated to kite flying. Our kids enjoyed learning about the history. The price was super affordable because we were traveling...More
Steeped in history it is a museum and monument to the Wright Brothers and the determination to fly. Very inspiring even though the main museum is undergoing renovation and was closed. It's a National Park and the rangers provide many interesting talks. A fee is...More
When you think of what they did, when they did it and the years of work that they put it trying to get to that point, it is just amazing. I'm glad that they had the for-cite to make it a national monument.
We had visited this spot before and had enjoyed the museum. We visited the week of June 15, bought our tickets only to discover the museum was under renovation. Basically, you could walk the grounds and see the monument. Furthermore, there was a long wait...More