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Trip Advisor Pax River Museum. A must see.
Apr 15, 2014 by: DanaJack2012 from Lexington Park, Maryland
I took our boys to the museum last Fall. The outdoor area is very intriguing for a defense family. You can actually touch the jets and get a feel for their size and power. The inside museum holds a plethora of information that is full of surprise and knowledge. The simulators are great fun. Watch out for motion sickness. A great value for the money. Well worth seeing.

Trip Advisor Interesting
Mar 12, 2014 by: Meg C from High View, West Virginia
This would be a good place to take kids, although there are a lot of exhibits that aren't under glass, so you'll want to watch them! Everything that we saw was interesting. The best part was the outside planes and helicopters. They had a flight simulator, but it was closed. Once they finish their new building I would be interested in going back again.

Trip Advisor Needs work
Dec 30, 2013 by: wldchic869 from York, Pennsylvania
Went here to kill some time on a rainy day. They did their best but it could use some funding and renovation. Can't ask for much from a free museum. The planes outside were the best part of the day. It was neat to see them up close and personal.

Trip Advisor Great place for kids, particularly boys
Dec 12, 2013 by: sondwy from Raleigh, North Carolina
Our 8 year old son thoroughly enjoyed it. He had the opportunity to do the flight simulator, which he enjoyed immensely. You could easily spend several hours at the museum, inside and out. Lots of parking.

Trip Advisor Fun place with great information!
Nov 28, 2013 by: Gregoogle from Sacramento, California
This was a good place to take the kids and show them first hand what happens on the PAX Naval Air Station. We got to see how they train in the flight simulators, as well as the planes that are used in the Navy. There is a lot of good information here and the kids enjoyed it!

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