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Great to see one of the iconic places of the story of flight, and the determination of the Wright brothers. A small visitor centre telling the story, with guided tours available. A nice walk up to the top of the memorial with good views.
We visited here during our Thanksgiving weekend and I had been told two years before that the visitor's center was having a complete renovation and would reopen December 2017. A friend of mine visited that area then and said that the visitor's center still wasn't...More
Went there on the last day of our week trip. It was cool to learn about the history of the Wright Brothers. My son loved the airplane model they had outside. This is a great family attraction. Also, the park ranger was so awesome!
To really understand how the Wright Brothers were able to fly a powered and controlled airplane for the first time, a lot of information and history is needed. This memorial distills it down to the facts that are really important and provides enough technical detail...More
We enjoyed the museum and the grounds, but the highlight of our visit was definitely the Ranger Talk. It was so informative and interesting. We loved learning more about this piece of our history as a country.
Newly renovated museum has great interactive exhbitis for all ages. There is a separate activity center for junior rangers/kids on the other side of the parking lot. The $10 cost per person above 15yrs pass if for 7 days. The air field has some great...More
My husband is a bit of an aviation nerd (former USAF mechanic) so this was the perfect place to spend the afternoon learning about the Wright Brothers. Be prepared to do some walking!!! To get to the actual monument is an uphill walk.....not terrible, but...More