| Art Davis|
San Diego, California
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05/28/2012 @ 23:04 [ref: 43889]
I HAVE BEEN TO THE SAN DIEGO AEROSPACE MUSEUM AND IT IS AWSOME I WOULD RECOMMEND A VISIT.
09/10/2011 @ 13:09 [ref: 24202]
| Jayne Seidel|
San Diego, California
I love the Aerospace Museum. My father was a fighter pilot in World War II. I have bought books and videos from the Gift Museum and that have touched upon fighter planes in World War II for my father. He loved them!!! The displays are great and informative. I would recommend the museum to anyone to learn history and the present.
01/06/2009 @ 11:53 [ref: 8602]
| Robert M. Guay|
Las Vegas, Nevada
This is a must see for any aviation history buff! I loved the beautiful restorations by Jim Appleby. I used to read about him when I was a 13 year old in 1965! This is when Jim built his first Eindekker! Frank Tallman and Paul Mantz were my heroes! I have Mr. Wagner's book about Reuben Fleet and I was flabbergasted when I found out that the machine used by Mr. Boyle on the first airmail flight in 1918 is still around!
Thank you for a great experience!
I loved the plastic Anzani reproduction. I am building a model of Louis Bleriot's Model XI for the 100th anniversary.
10/09/2008 @ 18:48 [ref: 8461]
| John cliffe|
Stoke-on-Trent, Great Britain,
Average air museum, rather disappointed to visit after seeing the web-site, lack of space is the main problem, aircraft are not small objects and fill up space pretty quick, really needs a bigger building and more exhibits.
10/06/2007 @ 04:40 [ref: 6371]
We've visited many air museums throughout the USA and the San Diego museum rates in the top group. No one can surpass Udvar-Hazy near Dulles Airport, VA, however SD has done an excellent job in what space it has. The building itself is nicely laid out in a large circle. The mural that encompasses the entire inner circle wall is priceless! As you walk the circle of history of flight there are meaningful exhibits with real aircraft. They've done an excellent job in tying in San Diego's historical connection with flight from Lindbergh to space.
09/21/2007 @ 07:58 [ref: 6328]
| Richard Mechtly|
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
I visited this museum last year and didn't expect much when I first viewed it from the outside. Wrong. The variety of aircraft from different eras and many countries is outstanding. Putting them in a diorama setting instead of just sitting in a "hanger" enhances the experience as well. The gift shop was average, but, how many places does one get to view an Apollo command module? Here is one, and it's worth visiting for it alone.
08/02/2006 @ 04:58 [ref: 5155]
I have a four year old who loves rockets, jets and aircraft. He loved the museum and the gift shop. This museum is an inspiration to young children as well as adults interested in aircraft, spacecraft, and aviation history.
11/26/2005 @ 02:00 [ref: 4617]
A small but beautiful museum!
11/08/2005 @ 14:12 [ref: 4566]