San Diego Air & Space Museum - Balboa Park, San Diego
This is one of the most interesting museums in the park. In the summer of 2008, it also features "Star Trek - The Exhibition".
I did not go to the Star Trek one since I went in 45 min before closing. (And I am not a big enough fan I supposed).
An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the San Diego Air & Space Museum is home to the Apollo 9 Command Module spacecraft, the only GPS satellite on display in the world, one of the three RQ-1K Predators (UAV) on display, and a flyable SPAD VII and many other one-of-a-kind artifacts, from the early frontiers of flight to the exploration of Mars.
All of these are at the hall entrance of the museum.
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Check out the gas price.
Here are the model airplanes on the wall.
Going back to WW-I timeframe.
My kid is enjoying himself.
Name this one ...
A huge scale model of a US carrier is on display there.
Minimum weathering, but the whole ship is cleanly done.
The Star Trek exhibition brings along this away-team ship you can go for a ride. $10 per person if I remember right.
There is a normal TV (not HD) inside that shows a mini show with the ship moving during the movie. The kid enjoys it. I do wish that the TV is HD instead of old projection type.
Other action games are also available.
The shop has some fun items to help you close out the show.