The museum on site at the sprawling US Naval Air Station west of
Pensacola is regarded as one of the largest and most remarkable air
and space museums in the world, with more than 170 aircraft on
display dating from the 1920s to the space age. In addition the
museum boasts a very realistic recreation of a World War II
aircraft carrier and a wartime Pacific airbase. Between March and
November visitors might catch a practise session of the Navy's Blue
Angels flight demonstration team soaring through the skies. If not
the team can be seen in action on one of two Imax films shown at
the museum, or keen would-be aviators can have a go at doing it
themselves on the flight simulator.
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