This is a great museum for kids that love planes and any air history buffs out there! The main hall is full of planes and helicopters, a wonderful cafe, and they put in a new playground for kids outside. (For kids about 5 or 7 and up...)
There are more exhibition hangers throughout the property to visit detailing different histories and aspects of aviation. There is a huge outdoor area filled with planes you can walk around and observe. Unfortunately, there is no way to get inside any of the aircraft.
There is a space portion with interactive exhibits for the young ones. They are always so friendly there , too.
There is also a tram you can take around the property, and a separate one to take on the plane graveyard tour. This is a fantastic place for flight enthusiasts young and mature alike.
I recommend bringing a stroller for really young ones and wearing tennis shoes'. There is a lot of walking if you want to see everything. I took my two year old, but he wasn't really interested in most of the exhibits... But when I took him at 3 1/2 he loved it and had the best time.