15 Sep National Naval Aviation Museum Reopening Delayed due to effects from Hurricane Sally
by Katie King |Katie@ewbullock.com
National Naval Aviation Museum Reopening Delayed due to effects from Hurricane Sally
Pensacola, Fla. – (September 14, 2020) – Due to the potential effects from Hurricane Sally, the National Naval Aviation Museum’s scheduled reopening to active duty personnel and their dependents has been delayed. The National Naval Aviation Museum will no longer open on Tuesday, Sept.15, but expects to welcome visitors later in the week. Please monitor the Museum’s website www.navalaviationmusuem.org and social media platforms for the latest information on the museum’s opening status.
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About the National Naval Aviation MuseumThe National Naval Aviation Museum features nearly 350,000 square feet of displays and is one of the world’s largest aviation museums. Located aboard Pensacola Naval Air Station, the facility boasts more than 150 beautifully restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation, and is one of Florida’s most visited museums. Be sure to visit Hangar Bay One, displaying aircraft of the post-WWII era including presidential helicopter, Marine One. Among the countless things to touch, see and experience are thrilling 3D and HD flight simulators and the new Blue Angels 4D Experience. Don’t miss the drama and power of the laser powered Giant Screen digital theater. The Cubi Bar Café offers a unique dining experience, and the Flight Deck Store is the perfect place to find a souvenir that captures the spirit of Naval Aviation. Museum admission is FREE and open to the public. The National Naval Aviation Museum is open daily from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. For more information, visit www.NavalAviationMuseum.org