Good traffic, there is light rail to (former World Expo and Nanka University), the main gate has SR-71 high-altitude, high-speed spy planes as a landmark, but the internal planes are ordinary, mainly the entity of the space combing machine, there is a more comprehensive introduction and experience, the heavy has a more real space sits on the test flight, Children can be astronauts, the best is free entry (in the domestic real possibility).
Located in the former Imperial Terminal at Los Angeles Airport, this museum includes a former Unocal and a DC-3 business jet located on the tarmac, which is open to museum tours. There are many displays of previous flight suits (pilots and flight attendants) which are very good and very good displays of the history of LA airport and airlines that serve LA airport for many years. Marie was very nice, helpful and gave us lots of information about the development of the LA airport and the items displayed at the Museum Learning Center.
This a a small aviation museum very interesting. It has lots to offer. Aerospace included a lot of vintage items. A great affordable museum to visit $5 donation is all you pay. It is at the end of a runway at Lax
Pro:+Free ! (Donation is accepted)+Lots to see, can easily spend few hours.+Free Parking+Have a DC3 in the back of museum, that you can see and take picture.+Photograph allow include flash.+Friendly Staff+ A lot less crowded due to small profile of the museum.Cons:-Most outsider or even locals do not know this Museum.-Display doesn't show brief history of the item, ask the staff for more info.I didn't know this museum till i did a local museum search near the Manhathan Beach. This one is free too, if you had kids or has any interest in aviation, you should definite come here, is located very close to LAX.
I'm extremely impressed by the museum. Both by its content and staff. Came here with my nephews this past Saturday morning. The museum is open between 10-2 from Tuesday thru Sunday and is free, though I would recommend a donation since the museum has a large variety of historical items, planes and artifacts. From old luggage to old uniforms to vintage planes, the experience is quite enjoyable. There's an old luxury plane from like the 60s "spirit of 76" you can step into the cockpit or take a seat in its luxury chairs. One thing that really stood out was the staff, made up of former stewardesses and pilots. They were quite knowledgeable and very courteous. They even offered us free cookies and coffee at the end of the tour.Great little hidden gem right by the airport and a great place to take kids or check out the history of LAX.