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Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton

(3.6/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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  • This venue is based on actual participation of the area''s citizens and history in support of our nation; it is most authentic and truly educational; well worth the visit. 
  • Tons of hands on displays and real planes and space craft. They also had people demoing some small robotic toys, which the kids enjoyed. Lovely observation deck on top of the building. Enjoyed an imax...  more »
  • Great place to interact with science and family. Family had a blast. We wish we had more time but we had no idea there was so much to see. Plan on heading back with more time. STEM friendly. 
  • This is such a great place. They have static and traveling displays. Interactive for kids and adults. You can see some amazing planes. There are stairs and an elevator, so it's easy to get around. Nice view from their sky deck. View of downtown and the river. They offer classes and camps throughout the day, and educational lectures at night. They have an IMAX, fun gift shop, and clean restrooms. They have also invited our robotics team to display and educate the public. There's parking across the street in a free garage, plus they have an unloading zone out front for those that need to be dropped off. So much to take in, but worth your time.
  • Great experience. Great location. We saw the IMAX and did a self guided tour, all for only 18.50 USD. I think that is a bargain.
  • Fairly expensive. Not that impressive. Most demonstrations were broken. Target audience seems to be elementary school students. Lots of glitzy things to look at.
  • We had a knowledgeable volunteer that gave us good insight and the Imax movie was good, other than that, it was expensive and half of the exhibits did not work.
  • Took my 9yr old and daughter and 10yr old nephew. They had a decent time. For such a big place I expected more...some of the displays didn't work and there was a lousy cooking "display" I guess that's what you would call it. It was unorganized, could barely here the woman over the kids in other parts of the museum since it was out in the open. This place used to be great...I hope they fix the issues!!