Seattle’s Museum of Flight is home to a wide array of airplanes, educational exhibits, and flight-related historical objects. An outdoor gallery displays the largest aircraft in the collection, including a Concorde, the first jet Air Force One, and military planes like the B-17F Flying Fortress. The indoor Great Gallery gives onlookers the thrill of seeing many of the planes suspended in flight, and the Lear and Space galleries focus on space travel, both its history and future. History buffs will especially love the Personal Courage Wing, which is dedicated to remembering the important role of aviation during World War I and II. Exhibits include 28 restored fighter planes, personal stories of pilots and air support troops, and interactive experiences like a flight simulator. Housed in the barn that once held the fledgling Boeing Airplane Company, the Red Barn collections explore the earliest days of flight. 表示
In the heart of the Ozark Mountains is this charming Victorian village, known for both its Historic District and its natural springs. Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, which is home to big cats, is also in Eureka Springs.