Shuttle Enterprise information.
Shuttle Enterprise Information, it never flew in space.
A tribute to James S. McDonald.
The Shuttle Enterprise takes a good picture from balcony walkway location.
Another good picture of the Shuttle Enterprise.
Some military aircraft.
The famous Blackbird SR70.
The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird was an advanced, long-range, Mach 3 strategic reconnaissance aircraft.
Shuttle Enterprise frontal view. Note the missing left wing leading edge (your right). Taken by NASA for comparison testing studies into the Columbia's Shuttle accident.
Military aircraft on display.
More military aircraft.
The SR-71 was unofficially named the Blackbird; its crews often called it the Sled. It was developed by the "Skunk Works".
View of the viewing gallery and walk way design of the museum.
Another view of the James S. McDonald hanger and the Shuttle Enterprise.
The flight simulator that I paid to ride. History of aviation with the flying of several vintage aircraft.
The Shuttle Simulation, blast off to landing.