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Apollo and Space at Museum of Flight

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Apollo and Space at Museum of Flight

Includes: Transportation, Admission and Early Dinner

The challenge of spaceflight drew upon the best and the brightest of a generation, and was the longest, most public and dramatic drama of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. The battle of minds and technology striving to take the first steps on the Moon served as a unifying counterpoint to the turbulent 1960s. With NASA's successful Apollo missions, humanity was able to look back at Earth and see our fragile planet as never before. Today Apollo's legacy lives on in a new space age that will take us to Mars and beyond.

The Charles Simonyi Space Gallery includes multi-sensory exhibits that emphasize stories from the visionaries, designers, pilots, and crews of the Space Shuttle and are designed to educate and inspire all ages. In 2007, in partnership with SRG Partnership architects, Sellen Construction Company engineers, and Seneca Group, The Museum of Flight designed the 15,500-square-foot Charles Simonyi Space Gallery.

While at the Museum of Flight also enjoy the Museum's Great Gallery, Personal Courage Wing, Simonyi Space Gallery, Aviation Pavilion, and more from 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Gra: 12:20pm Tum: 12:40pm Oly: 1:00pm Tac: 1:30pm FW: 2:00pm

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