FLIGHT HISTORY & FLIGHTS
This tour will take you to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. You’ll have approximately one and a half (1.5) hours to explore the museum and see such sights as: the SR-71 Blackbird that flew from LA to Washington, D.C. in 1 hour 4 minutes, setting a speed record in the process; B-29 Stratofortress “Enola Gay”, the aircraft that dropped the first atomic weapon used in combat on August 6, 1945; Air France Concorde, one of only a few supersonic passenger aircraft; and lastly the Space Shuttle Discovery, completing 39 missions in its 27 year operating span, including deploying the Hubble Space Telescope.
After your time enjoying some flight history, we’ll travel to Ocelot Brewing for a different kind of flight. Our last stop of the tour will be Solace Brewing for another flight of fantastic beer. The Space Shuttle Discovery traveled 148 million miles to get to where it is today, you just need to book a tour!
Transportation, entry to the museum, beer samples, as well as water and snacks in between stops are all included for just $75pp. Come join us today for a fun filled afternoon of flight history and flights!
Make sure you bring ID as it may be required at any of the stops. Beer, and souvenirs will be available for purchase at the locations, so bring some cash or cards. We can assist with storing and transporting your purchases during the tour. A food truck will be available at the brewery for lunch or snack purchases.
$75 per person