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Carolinas Aviation Museum

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  • Thelocaltripper
    ThelocaltripperDecember 30, 2016
    It's small but so breathtaking. It's pretty impacting to see the actual plane from flight 1549, especially after seeing the movie. Definitely recommend checking it out.
  • Paul K.
    Paul KardousJanuary 26, 2013
    Great museum with a substantially larger collection than you might expect. Check out the 1549 exhibit and the 727 cockpit.
  • TIME
    TIMEAugust 17, 2012
    The museum has been collecting and restoring vintage historical aircraft for more than 20 years, and is the largest aviation museum between Washington, D.C., and Robbins, Ga.
  • Geoffrey A.
    Geoffrey AbucewiczJuly 17, 2013
    Well worth the visit especially the 1549 display. Very well done!
  • Michael P.
    Michael PalkoDecember 28, 2012
    The exhibit on the Miracle on the Hudson is itself worth the price of admission. A must see!
  • Krystie D.
    Krystie DiazNovember 10, 2013
    Very nice, make sure to read the story surrounding the plane from the "Miracle on the Hudson"...a lot of that damage came from recovery.
  • Sneakin D.
    Sneakin DeaconDecember 2, 2013
    Well worth a visit. the US Airways Flight 1549 A320 display is the centerpiece exhibit. Be Sure to watch the Flight 1549 video.
  • Ben W.
    Ben WoffDecember 29, 2013
    Great museum. You'll be surprised at the quality of their collection. They're a Smithsonian affiliate.
  • Tony S.
    Tony ShookJuly 12, 2014
    Great place with some old friends and the "Miracle on the Hudson airliner Captain Sullenberger put into the Hudson.
  • Sean W.
    Sean WainwrightOctober 26, 2013
    Definitely worth visiting and checking out the A320 from flight 1549 that Capt. Silly ditched in the Hudson.
  • Catherine C.
    Catherine CoxJuly 20, 2015
    After touring the museum, you can watch planes take off and land.
  • GE Aviation
    GE AviationDecember 21, 2011
    Check out the 1935 Douglas DC-3, one of the first affordable transport planes created!
  • Dan M.
    Dan MillerJanuary 31, 2014
    Great museum! Plan on 1-2 hours
  • Jackie B.
    Jackie BerkowitzSeptember 9, 2012
    Amazing a must see!
  • Stephanie B.
    Stephanie BrownJanuary 13, 2016
    Cool to see the planes
  • Rick H.
    Rick HowardMarch 29, 2013
    Entry gate closes before the museum by 30 minutes or so.
  • Sammy R.
    Sammy ReyesJuly 26, 2014
    No a/c in hanger. Dress appropriately.
  • Buffy K.
    Buffy KellySeptember 24, 2011
    Rude people at the front desk!!!!
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