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No. 2 Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.

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Annual
Visitors:
8,300,000

Opened in 1976 on the National Mall, the world’s
largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft has aviation fans streaming
in to see 50,000 original artifacts, from
the original Wright brothers’ 1903 flyer to a sample of lunar rock that visitors can touch (all for free). Kids also love this museum for its flight simulators,
3-D space shows at the Albert Einstein Planetarium, and cool “How Things Fly”
exhibit. nasm.si.edu

Source:
Smithsonian Institution

World's Most-Visited Museums

No. 2 Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.

Annual
Visitors:
8,300,000

Opened in 1976 on the National Mall, the world’s
largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft has aviation fans streaming
in to see 50,000 original artifacts, from
the original Wright brothers’ 1903 flyer to a sample of lunar rock that visitors can touch (all for free). Kids also love this museum for its flight simulators,
3-D space shows at the Albert Einstein Planetarium, and cool “How Things Fly”
exhibit. nasm.si.edu

Source:
Smithsonian Institution

David Coleman / Alamy

World's Most-Visited Museums

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