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This museum memorializes the pioneers of flight, from the 1920s and 30s, through World War II and up to the jet and rocket age of today. The museum also showcases the Dallas/Fort Worth area, known today as the Aviation Capital of the World, played...more
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this is a nice museum, but on the small side, and most of it seems to be a tribute to Southwest Airlines, which, I suppose is okay, seeing as the museum is at Love Field, Southwest's home. you won't need more than 45 minutes to...More
I am an aviation buff and have been to many flight museums and airshows throughout the country. I first saw photos of "The Flying Pancake" in a set of the Book of Knowledge that we had at our house in the 40's. I would look...More
Located at Love Field learn all about aviation and Southwest Airlines. Learn how Southwest started and The other Texas airline Braniff.
They have a small gift shop and model plane workshop to watch planes being built. They also have a nice selection of military planes...More
Located near Love Field, The Frontiers of Flight is a hidden gem. I took my three year old grandson. He was mesmerized by the large display of actual planes, space capsule and helicopters. I discovered that there is plenty for adults to enjoy and interesting...More
The Frontiers of Flight museum is an awesome facility located at Dallas Love Airport and it is MUST see. It reminded me of a smaller version of the Steven Udvar Hazy hanger in Washington DC. Ironically, this museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian so...More
It was very interesting to see the different planes and the exhibits. It’s a small museum but there is a lot to see. There are some planes outside but the museum with most of the planes is inside and air conditioned. I was there on...More
We’re so glad we added this to our itinerary at the last minute. Our teenagers were pleasantly surprised at how much they enjoyed it and my aerospace engineer husband was impressed. I appreciated the nice balance of things to look at as well as read...More
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Yes and no. If you just want to look w/o reading, then maybe you could get away with it. If you want to soak in the full experience, especially if you get a tour, you might be pulling it a little close.