Tulsa Air and Space Museum

Tulsa’s history with flight is documented at this interactive museum, 3624 N. 74th E. Ave., which is fun for all ages. Visitors can see full-size aircraft, including an array of Spartan planes designed by the Tulsa company. Others include the Rockwell Ranger 2000 designed to train pilots. The dual-seat plane cockpit is one of two visitors can sit in. Upstairs you’ll find models, blueprints and memorabilia from NASA space missions. Don’t forget to catch a show at the planetarium.

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