Michigan's popular Air Zoo museum recently opened a 50,000-square-foot expansion, which houses their newest attraction, Space: Dare to Dream, an interactive exhibit that pays tribute to the dreamers who dared to find answers to our existence. The exhibit celebrates amazing deep space discoveries, along with cosmos history.
The expansion also features an additional exhibit about women in aviation (including the Women Air Force Service Pilots), space artifacts, interactive exhibits, an archive and an expanded library with free Wi-Fi Internet. It will also include World War II aircraft ranging from early trainers to gliders and attack aircraft.
The Air Zoo is a highly charged, multi-sensory museum atmosphere that goes beyond anything you've ever seen. It's like no place else on earth. Voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family" two years in a row. The fascinating museum features many amusement park-style rides, full-motion flight simulators, a newly-upgraded 3D/4D mission activities, as well as historical exhibits and educational activities. Additionally, it also displays the worlds only remaining SR-71B Blackbird and XP-55 Ascender.