We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
For a somewhat out of the way locale, this museum is quite spacious and packed full of great exhibits. Center stage belongs to Miss Veedol, but beyond a beautiful replica of her (genuine article was lost at sea a few years after its trans-Pacific flight)...More
An outstanding museum with many educational displays. Plenty of choices for children and adults. Several workshops for scientific studies and demonstrations. Great display of a restoration of a WW II aircraft.
Good aircraft outside for viewing.
Went here with two toddler aged kids and two adults. There were enough interesting exhibits for all ages. A lot of hands on activity and a couple of rides including a flight simulator. The staff was helpful even though their English was limited.
We visited the Museum on the day that Typhoon LionRock was expected. The wind and rain were already picking up a bit but since it was still morning, and the typhoon wasn't expected until late afternoon, figured we had time to visit, and we were...More
This is a family and kid friendly spot! My children loved the science area upstairs and getting ice cream from the snack bar afterwards. When the weather is good there is a wonderful area outside for playing and running around. Buy the "passport" (as my...More