Virginia Air and Space Center
Virginia Air and Space Center Review
The Virginia Air and Space Center traces the history of flight and space exploration. The nine-story, futuristic, $30 million center is the visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center and Langley Air Force Base. Its space artifacts include a 3-billion-year-old moon rock, the Apollo 12 command capsule, and a lunar lander. The center also holds a dozen full-size aircraft, a 3-D IMAX theater that was recently renovated, a variety of flight simulators, and hands-on exhibits that let you see yourself as an astronaut or launch a rocket.
- Address: Downtown Waterfront, 600 Settlers Landing Rd., I–64, Exit 267, Hampton, VA | Map It
- Phone: 757/727–0800
- Cost: IMAX educational films $11.50, IMAX Hollywood films $13, combination ticket $18
- Hours: Memorial Day–Labor Day, Mon.–Wed. 10–5, Thurs.–Sun. 10–7; Labor Day–Memorial Day, Tues.–Sat. 10–5, Sun. noon–5, closed most Mon.
- Website: www.vasc.org
- Location: Hampton
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