The National Naval Aviation Museum will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and reopen Friday, November 24th.

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Hangar Bay One

The newest addition to the National Naval Aviation Museum, Hangar Bay One, adds 55,000 square feet of exhibit space to a facility that is already one of the largest of its kind in the world. Its façade reminiscent of hangars of old, the new structure primarily displays aircraft from the Museum collection that flew during the post-World War II era. Among them is the R4D-5L Skytrain nicknamed "Que Sera Sera" that in 1956 became the first aircraft to land at the South Pole, as well as the P2V-1 Neptune nicknamed the "Truculent Turtle" that in 1946 established a long-distance record during a flight between Perth, Australia, and Columbus, Ohio.

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