Museum Trip

968 WordsApr 16, 20124 Pages
The museum is a place where antique things and art are preserved for the public to be seen, a place where rare things of past and present are kept, a place where you can see a collection of rare things and things of historical interest. Those who want to have a look into the past visit the museum. I was planning to visit this museum long before this assignment but I never had the chance to fulfil it. Last Sunday I took my family and visited the American History Museum, and the Aerospace Museum in Washington D C. Each Museum is divided into various sections. Each section has different exhibits. I spent great time in the History Museum as it pertains to the course I’m taking, but my two kids loved the Aerospace Museum. The museum is in a…show more content…
I need not to forget to mention how we crossed the journey of the civil war and walk through the Native Indian struggle and we spent brief time with some American presidents. We visited another museum which was the Air and Space Museum, but we shortened our time as we were so tired and it was getting late in the day. The Air and Space was so magnificent and huge. My trip to the Air and Space Museum was an incredible experience that I will never forget. There was so much to see and do that it seemed like we wouldn’t have enough time to see everything. The main attractions to see were the space, WWI, and WWII galleries. There was Lots of air craft’s, space ships, and telescopes, in the space gallery which was full of about 6 space ships, there was also motion simulator, but I didn’t have a chance to ride it, unfortunately, we started to see planes from WWI, there was so many different airplanes to look at, It was inspiring to see an actual part of history right before my own eyes. There were ten planes available for us to view, and I think that the most interesting to me was the flying tiger because it can still be flown today! A speaker told us that the flying tiger is still taken out once in awhile to be flown. Another interesting part about the WWII gallery was that
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