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All reviews flight attendant aviation history on display aviation fan motion simulator atlanta airport early days open to the public general public few hours great collection nice gift shop interactive displays lots of history special events couple of hours self guided tour
Great place for family with kids of all ages. You can leave and grab lunch without having to pay again when you come back. Great view of big planes and small old ones. Staffs are very helpful and very friendly. Highly recommend for the money
A museum which family members with small children shall not missed. Informative about the aviation history and 747 air craft retirement. We all had a good time with help fr the workers, and have the closed up look and touch the external and internal of...More
The Delta Flight Museum is very interesting. It is a must for Atlantans! Without Delta, where would we be. The 747 tour was spectacular. I enjoyed seeing all the cables in the skeleton of the airplane.
I’m a pilot and huge aviation lover, and this place was perfect. If you are a licensed pilot or an airline employee be sure to show some form of I.D, as you get 50% off admission which is great! The front desk staff were extremely...More
I had a work event at the museum and it was really cool. There is a massive plane right in the middle and you are able to go explore all of it. There is also a flight simulator that looked like it would be a...More
Great way to spend a few hours for an enthusiast of the airline industry. You get to walk thru a 747 and 767 and get up close to a md88 which is parked out by the 747 exhibit,looks like it might be a future exhibit....More
Sorry but this museum is hardly worth your $15 price of admission. Perhaps it’s still in the building stages of something good. Perhaps it will never be too interesting. But for now there are only four planes inside and there outside. Of the three outside,...More