Monday, January 16, 2017

Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum @SACAMuseum

This weekend we went on a field trip to Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum - also known as SAC Museum. 


I thought it was funny that Mica begged to stay home to play on his Kindle. Then when we got there he begged to go in the little kid area to play. He's a tween that can't decide if he wants to be a teen, or a child still. I told him that he has a lot of time to play on his Kindle on other days.

The museum isn't too far from our house. It's a 30 minute drive from where we live at in Omaha.

They have a lot of outdoor things to see:



This photo cracked me up. There's always one photo in a bunch of photos that I've taken where Travis looks like a creeper. The boys thought it was funny as well.


The entryway: 


They have planes, helicopters and more that hang from the ceiling.




We went to see an indoor air show, but just walking around the huge planes is so amazing!



Propellers:



Engines:



This is one that the boys could go in:


This one we could see the insides:



Some planes I could actually fit in my camera. Some are just too big!




A missile:


I have a few more shots I'm using for my WW, so come back towards the end of the day to see them.


Do you like going to museums?

4 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

That looks like an awesome place to explore. We live about an hour from the Grissom Air Force Base but I have yet to visit it. I'm sure it's filled with cool aircraft just like the SAC does.

indah nuria Savitri said...

Woooow..it's cool! We have similar one here..Intrepid Sea Museum at NYC..

Agness of eTramping said...

That's the most interesting aircraft museum I have seen so far. Must be tons of fun for kids :)

~ Noelle said...

That looks like a fun place. I bet you all had a really great time!

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