This museum is an absolute must for anyone that has even a passing interest in the history of space exploration in particular or aviation in general. The majority of artifacts are dedicated to the exploits of General Stafford, and most are the actual, "real deal", flown objects. General Stafford was a participant in the Gemini, Apollo, and Apollo-Soyuz Test Project and these achievements are highlighted in the museum in an approachable and informative manner. Other exhibits are replicas but very well done. I recommend at least two hours to tour the site so good walking shoes are in order. The staff is extremely courteous and knowledgeable and the admission fee is very reasonable. I have visited both the National Air and Space Museum in D.C. and the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio and this facility ranks with them. If you ever get anywhere near this place, visit! You won't be disappointed.
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