Washington, DC: National Air and Space Museum
Exhibits include the only surviving piece of Sputnik and the plane that bombed Hiroshima.
- Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC
- Southwest side of downtown. On the National Mall, west of the Capitol building and east of the Smithsonian Castle. Bordered by Independence Ave., Jefferson Drive, 4th and 7th Streets. Corner of Sixth St. SW and Independence Ave. SW.
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From DeVinci to Apollo, it's the most fun Smithsonian museum.
[Tatyana Jula, 07/29/2010]
B-29 Atomic Bomber on display again
Earlier this week, the Enola Gay, America's famous and controversial B-29 atomic bomber, was unveiled at the new National Air and Space Museum, in the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Dulles International Airport.... [08/22/2003] Complete News Story
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