Leonardo da Vinci remains one of the most fascinating people history has ever known, and the San Diego Air & Space Museum vividly brings to life his inventions, artworks, machines and robotics with the amazing Da Vinci: The Ultimate Innovator special exhibition, which is now open.
On display through the end of 2015, the exhibit showcases a rare collection of items from the early days of the war from both the European and Pacific theaters through to the end of the conflict and the rebuilding which ensued across the globe following the war’s end.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum’s exhibit, “American Women of Flight,” honors the contributions to the world of aviation by women. Notable aviatrixes, such as Bessie Coleman, Jacqueline Cochran, Fran Bera, Sally Ride, and many others are featured.
The Museum is proud to showcase an exciting exhibit telling the story of the Atlas rocket series from the late 1950s to the present using both graphics and videos.
The Museum opened a special play area for kids, the Kid’s Aviation Action Hangar! This special “kids only” area has an abundance of attractions for kids of all ages.