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Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford

Categories: Science Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
Located in Weatherford, Oklahoma, birthplace of legendary astronaut and aviation pioneer General Thomas P. Stafford, the Stafford Air & Space Museum houses one of the finest collections of aviation and space flight exhibits in the central United States. The museum maintains strong working relationships with the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, NASA, and the National Air & Space Museum. In 2011, the museum was selected to become an official Affiliate organization of the Smithsonian Institution. by the Smithsonian Institution as one of their official Affiliate organizations.
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  • One learns and sees a lot not only about one particular astronaut from Weatherford but also about space and flight travel history in general. Lots of history in the place with some very unique items t...  read more »
  • This museum was very awesome! It has so much more than I expected. There are exhibits from beginning flight all the way to current space travel. So many things on display. I loved it! Expect to be imp...  read more »
  • Very large museum for such a small town. The stuff related to General Stafford is really cool and it has a very nice history of flight 
  • We have taken the kids here several times and they enjoy it more every time we go back. There is so much to see and learn. They love all of the interactive items.
  • There is SO much unexpected knowledge here in this little building! It's definitely like the Tardis...bigger on the inside. Great place to check out, you'll love it!
  • Very nice museum, deceptive in size and scope. Tons of neat exhibits and information about Weatherford's native son, Thomas Stafford. I was really impressed by some of the larger exhibit items such as planes, rocket engines and much more. Allow at least an hour as there is a lot to see. Seriously, if you've got some time -even if you're just cruising by on I-40-it's worth a stop.
  • Not only an impressive array of flown space artifacts but one of the best early aviation displays ever. Shiny floors, attention to detail in exhibits and a homey atmosphere make this a first class facility... not to mention a lot of Russian space gear and a Moon rock
  • Interesting if you want to watch the development of modern fly and space travel unfold before you in a well categorized exhibit!
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