Admission to the Museum is free for Federal Employees and three family members through Feb. 21.
The Museum will be closing early on March 13 prior to our Apollo 9 event. Last tickets will be sold at 2:30, the Museum will close at 3:00.

Simulators & Interactive Areas

Max Flight Interactive Ride

The Dual-Seater is ready to duel! The FS2000 Two-Seat Flight Simulator is part of an all-new, sleek squadron of indoor full-motion multi-role aircraft rides. Each is poised for the sharp banks, sky loops and screaming dives of pulse-pounding aerial combat and is completely controlled by the pilots themselves! The 360-degree pitch, roll, spin and spiral action is real while riders fly any one of Max-Flight’s combat and flight training programs on a huge 58” screen in the cockpit.

Faster, sharper and more exciting than any indoor thrill-ride on the market, the FS2000 lets guests be pilot or gunner or both as they engage in interactive dog fighting, carrier landings, flight training and aerobatic maneuvers with the finest, most realistic graphics available. You must be at least 44 inches tall to be able to go on the Interactive Ride.

Talon Racing Simulators

“Drive Fast or Go Home” is the motto of these exciting simulators where you can race multi-player against your friends on some of the most famous race tracks in the world, including Monaco, Monterey, Le Mans and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The seats mimic the motion as if you are actually driving a car. Don't miss it!

3D/4D Zable Theater

The 3D/4D Zable Theater uses advanced 3D technologies but takes it to the next level of experience; employing interactive seats and unique special effects built into the theater itself. By creating a set of “4D” effects synchronized to the film production, the 3D/4D Zable Theater adds another layer of immersive and experiential fun for audiences of all ages. Click here to view currently playing movies.

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