A few weeks ago we visited the Udvar-Hazy Center of the National Air and Space Museum. It’s a huge hangar full of airplanes and space exploration vehicles. For Friday I’ll share a few pics from our visit.
Planes! Planes! Everywhere!
There amongst all the planes sits the Enola Gay. It was moved out here partly I think to avoid the controversy from its downtown exhibition. It’s hard to capture the complexity of this symbol on a plaque.
He prefers to walk now which makes outings very interesting these days.
Coolest part of the exhibit I think.
Death Star Model from Star Wars for the geek in us all.
I just liked the colors on this plane. Pretty.
Death ray! Or something. Again, I thought it was pretty.
Best plane name in the museum! Can you read it?