4 Reasons to Visit the Delta Flight Museum
Atlanta might have one of the busiest airports in the world, but we have one hometown airline – Delta Air Lines. At the Delta Flight Museum, learn about the Atlanta based airline at their recently renovated museum. The museum is located at Delta Headquarters steps from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
1. Experience the rich history of Delta Air Lines. See planes dating back to the 1920s, including a Waco 125 Biplane and a 1940 Douglas DC-3. Kids can take a scavenger hunt exploring exhibits at the museum.
2. Get up-close and personal with some massive airplanes. The first-built 747 has recently been added to the already impressive collection of planes. Tour the 747 12pm-4pm Thursday-Tuesday.
3. Fly the only flight simulator open to the public in the United States. This 747 flight simulator is open to ages 16 and up. Sign up ahead of time for your flight simulator experience.
4. Visit on Tuesdays at 1pm for a guided tour of the museum free with admission. Don’t miss the gift shop on your way out of the museum with aviation-themed merchandise.
1060 Delta Blvd., off Airport Loop Road. (I-85 exit 74), north of the Airport. 404-715-7886
Cost: Adults, $15; ages 5-17, $10; ages 4 and younger, free.