We visited the Pima Air and Space Museum a few months ago. Yesterday we went again, but this time with the grandparents. I should have taken a picture of my dad in front of his favorite airplane there, but I mostly just took pictures of the kids playing.
Sylvia made a best friend there, as she does everywhere we go, but of course, didn't know her name.
This exhibited an airplane that had been at the bottom of the ocean for fifty five years, was recovered and found various items in the cockpit. Isabel's favorite is the handkerchief.
Our children love the space building the best. A museum volunteer is showing Luke the sound recordings of the first man in space, on the moon, woman in space, etc. Speaking of the volunteers, some of them are historians, some were actually in World War II and some are just interested in airplanes. They are all very friendly and excited to share stories and information. (I want a moon globe.)