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Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum at Washington
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
600 Independence Ave SW,, Washington DC , 20560 202 633-2214
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Take Flight at the National Air and Space Museum

This must-see Smithsonian Museum is only two miles from our hotel that's conveniently located in central DC. Part of the permanent exhibition are classic airplanes, such as Charles Lindbergh's "Spirit of St. Louis" and Orville and Wilbur Wright's 1903 "Flyer." You'll also get to see the command module "Columbia" from the Apollo 11 moon flight. Equally cool things to do include IMAX films, planetarium shows, and viewing stars through the observatory telescopes.
 

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Admission to the National Air and Space Museum is free.  
 

Hours -

The Museum is open daily except Christmas Day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
 

Events

  • Space Day
  • Astronomy Chat
  • Exploring Space Lectures
 
 

Activities

  • Tours
  • Exhibitions
  • Observatory
  • IMAX Films
  • Planetarium Shows
  • Flight Simulators
     
 

FAQs

  • Are there any prohibited items?

    There are several things you are not allowed to bring with you to the National Air and Space Museum. These include food, drinks, signs, banners, selfie sticks, camera tripods, pets, knives, and guns. Smoking is prohibited as well. What are you allowed is cameras, bottled water, strollers, and service animals.
  • are planetarium shows and IMAX films free?

    No, they are not. Tickets for planetarium shows and IMAX films are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $7.50 for youth. It's recommended that you buy your tickets in advance online at http://www.si.edu/imax, especially during the summer and holidays as they can sell out. Tickets are also at the box office.
 

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