A magnificent historic building full of intrigue. Build in 1935 and by the 1940's it was one of the busiest airports in the nation with a take off or landing every 90 seconds. Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh have both flown through here, the museum still has their flight cards. Fred Astaire has danced in the grand hall. The museum houses a world class collection of historic aircraft and archival materials. The museum is known to be haunted, employees have reported mysteriously slamming doors, a babble of happy voices when no one is around, P.A.'s from another era, and a disappearing man in a 1940's hat. Whatever brings you here, it is worth your visit.
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