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South Dakota Air and Space Museum  

South Dakota Air and Space Museum Our museum is filled with treasured artifacts that showcase the wonderful journey of America and the history of those who risked it all for the innovation of aviation and sacrificed for the science of aerospace. - SD Air and Space Museum Welcome to the SD Air and Space Museum,…
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SPACES Sculpture Trail

SPACES Sculpture Trail "With public art on the forefront of the arts movement in our community, the continued presence of the SPACES Sculpture Trail places the greater Huntsville metropolitan region as a leader in large-scale outdoor art in the state," said Allison Dillon-Jauken, executive director of The Arts Council. The SPACES Sculpture Trail is located…
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NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

Marshall Space Flight Center Bus Tour While public tours of the Marshall Space Flight Center aren't readily available, your group can get a glimpse of it through an MSFC Bus Tour, aka the NASA Bus Tour. Take this bus tour from the U.S Space and Rocket Center and your group will be able to see the…
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U.S Space and Rocket Center

U.S Space and Rocket Center Welcome to the U.S Space and Rocket Center, or USSRC, the largest space flight museum in the entire world! This Smithsonian affiliate museum has seen over 17 million visitors since first opening ot the public in 1970, sharing with its eager guests over 1500 items representing our relationship with space and space…
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Space Center Houston

Space Center Houston Founded in 1992, Space Center Houston serves as the official visitor center of the very famous NASA Jonson Space Center. Space Center Houston is a 'leading science and space center' for the United States and also serves as a proud Smithsonian Affiliate Museum. This educational center highlights all eras of American space…
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Kennedy Space Center

Do you remember when you wanted to become an astronaut? Well it's time to be a kid again and explore the complex devoted to space exploration, located only minutes away from Orlando. The Kennedy Space Center is not an attraction to be missed when visiting Florida. This week our staff vlogger Michelle is taking you…
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Aerospace Museum of California

Aerospace Museum of California What used to be the McClellan Air Force Base, about 20 miles from Sacramento in the North Highlands, is today known as the Aerospace Museum of California, a great spot for your student group to immerse themselves into the world of aircraft. At the Hardie Setzer Pavilion your group can explore…
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Pima Air and Space Museum

Pima Air and Space Museum The Pima Air and Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, is the massive (in both stature and popularity) museum that is considered to be one of the world’s largest non-government funded aerospace museums, holding over 300 different aircraft in over 80 acres of land. The entire museum campus is actually…
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OUE Skyspace

OUE Skyspace If you are in L.A and you are looking for a great thrill or a great (maybe the greatest) view, you need to head over to OUE Skyspace! OUE Skyspace is the incomparable viewing experience located at the top of the iconic U.S Bank Tower, about 1,000 feet above downtown L.A. This is…
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Gatlinburg Space Needle

  Gatlinburg Space Needle Gatlinburg The Gatlinburg Space Needle is the perfect way to see the city. The Seattle mock-up is definitely not a let down as you take in the best views of the city and the Great Smoky Mountains beyond. This 407-foot tall observation tower comes with an amazing outdoor observation level, the…
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