The cost was $12 for adults and free for 3 and under, including planetarium tickets.
The American Airlines plane outside the museum immediately made Cole excited!
They are refurbishing the plane and it's not open to the public just yet. The lady inside told us it would be open in the spring to tour the inside. We've been on tons if planes, but Cole still really wanted to go in there!
The big yellow plane that looked like Leadbottom (from Planes)! "He has a screw loose" Cole says.
Checking out all the switches and buttons in the airplane. I think he went back to sit in there five times or so!
Checking out the F-14 fighter plane. It looked like Bravo and Echo (from Planes) he thought.
Working in his pilot skills.
The little astronaut!
Playing the "video game" trying to fly an airplane. There were lots of crashes by both of us.
Cole got to do the mission control switches to launch the space shuttle.
We visited the planetarium, but didn't quite make it through the whole show. It was hard for him to understand and a lot of talking. But he thought it was cool at first with all the lights.
We went back into the museum to sit in the airplanes again before we left.
Overall we had a great time though! I always love to hear what sticks with him enough to tell Daddy about. This time it was Leadbottom with the screw loose, the flying game, and launching the shuttle.