Instrata Pentagon City: Smithsonian National Air and Space MuseumJune 28, 2019
A staple of any DC visit, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is one spot we’re super lucky to have right in our backyard. Whether you’ve been once, or a million times, there is always something new to be discovered. The best part? As it’s a Smithsonian, entry is free so you can go as many times as you’d like for not even a penny.
Everyone has their favorite part of the museum, although it’s hard to choose just one favorite. The exhibits rotate out frequently, but current favorites are the World War II German Aviation exhibit where you can see real German fighter planes from the war and Destination Moon which celebrates our space history.
Many love the IMAX theater, which brings modern day and history together right in front of your eyes. Movies include everything from Apollo 11 showing the first steps on the moon to D-Day Normandy 1944. The tickets are additional, but usually no more than $15.
There’s so much to discover, head there during open hours from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day except Christmas Day.