National Air & Space Museum (NASM) reopened its revamped west wing

© Smithsonian, photo by Jim Preston

Last Friday, National Air & Space Museum (NASM) reopened its revamped west wing in Washington, finalising the first phase of an extensive 7 years renovation project.

The totally redesigned wing is featuring 8 new and renovated exhibitions with hundreds of new artefacts including the Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia, which is now housed in a climate-controlled monumental custom built case whose installation was a technological feat performed by our highly skilled teams.

Click here for more info & free-timed entry passes.

Next reads
© 2024 Museum Showcases - Meyvaert