|Monday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 4:30 PM|
Some really neat planes and great history of Atlanta’s best airline- Delta. The DC-3 is a great piece of history and highlights the propeller hangar. From there you walk into the jet age hangar and right there towering over the hangar is The Spirit of Delta 767 in original livery. Beautiful plane provided by the employees of Delta to the airline. Lots of great displays highlighting the men and women that make the airline work like the Tech Ops department and all of the flight attendants. From there take a quick stroll across the parking lot to the 747-400 and walk through history. A great display of how the Queen of the Skies works. Fantastic way to kill an hour or two.
Fantastic, educational visit. There are 2 big hangars both with several delta planes, and one you can even walk through! By this point I was very excited being a mild plane enthusiast myself. I was slightly sad it was only 2 large buildings, but then we were directed outside to where a large 747 was waiting for us to explore it! That was the best experience by far. You can see some internal parts of whats under all the plastic seating, etc. Overall a fantastic visit however expect to be done relatively quick. I took my time reading each plaque however the visit can be done in 1-1.5 hours easy
I love planes, aviation , everything related to it. Always had this desire to fly in a 747 but there is few in service at this point, mostly going to Asia , and delta provided the opportunity to access their just retired 747 aircraft that it’s now an aircraft-museum in their facility, this experience alone was incredible. How ever idk if I was just too amazed with the 747 that the actual museum seamed boring, it’s interesting to learn the interesting facts about it. But on my visit there was no one to guide or say anything about anything and some things like the simulator was closed. The panels that tell the history of each plane inside the facility was too slow and after trying to use 2 of hem I just gave up. The gift shop was also not relevant, mostly cheap products with few interesting things. But just the fact of stepping in a 747 and going all over was already great.
Great museum quick ride from terminal. they have some older planes and a 767 and 747 that you can walk through. Gift store is good too. Wish they had more models to buy. Great way to kill a couple of hours before a flight.
If you love airplanes this is a beautiful place to be in nice exhibition lot of details about the aircraft and sections engines airplane body structure that’s amazing you want joy your time very much though it’s worth it
This museum was amazing, seeing all the history of Delta airlines. With the airplanes you can go through and the seats you could sit in. It was great, the staff was great and very friendly, and knowledgeable. The 747-400 was really cool because you sit first class and you could try out the economy class seats as well. You could see the cockpit too but could not sit in the pilot seats. They also had a gift shop there with all Deltas aircraft as models for good prices, everything in the store wasn't bad priced. I would definitely recommend going there. Also kid friendly.
Could come to this museum a dozen times and still learn something new. Love talking to people who work here! I work at a local transportation museum and am a museum geek in general, so I always end up chatting about museum life with the employees and volunteers and it's always fun! Creative displays and exhibits and the tours on Tuesdays are great. Wish they had a membership option - as of my last visit, I was told they did not. If you start in the hangar/museum, make sure you save some energy and time for the 747 across the parking lot!
I was here for Hops in the Hanger, a craft beer festival. There were a good number of Brewers, around 40, as well as free food and Coke products. It was a cool venue with planes and aircraft memorabilia everywhere. The only issue was one bathroom per gender, which wasn't enough for a beer fest, but would be fine for visiting the museum. It also seemed quite small compared to other aircraft museums I've been too.
Everyone here truly enjoys their career and Delta airlines. Even the security oozed passion for Delta and was very welcoming. I love that this museum not only talked about Delta but gave the history of flight as well. The cherry on top was being able to walk inside of the planes which included the 747. I absolutely recommend visiting if you have an interest in airplanes.
This is a really cool museum, especially if you fangirl for Delta airlines! The 747 experience was pretty awesome. I'd recommend this of you have more than 4 hrs of layover, or just wanna kill some time before a flight out of Atlanta. For Aviation geeks, though, this is destination worthy.
I was really excited to goto the museum, came from Maine to do so. Walked about a mile from my hotel to the museum just to find out that they require a photo ID to enter. Normally I have my ID but on a hot day it's nice to just bring what you need. I will also note there are no sidewalks or cross walks to get there, they expect you to drive. Apparently they only require and ID because it is next to delta headquarters. Under 18 no ID, so apparently threats only come from adults... What do they do with your ID? Who knows, do they just compare it to a list of people that are not allowed, do they make a copy, I'm sure they're not running a background check on every visitor so what is the point? Ridiculous to require an ID to goto a museum, I've been to the top of the Washington monument without needing an ID..
The overall experience with my kids was nice. However, it would be better if Delta had more interactive exhibits for the kids. I would've liked to see them open up the pilot's area for the kids to sit and feel what it is like to fly. There arent many things the kids can touch and because the sign said not to touch makes my kids want to touch it. The staff were very pleasant, professional, and welcoming. I would recommend it to others for the experience only.
Absolutely loved this place. Got in free because I was a veteran which was cool, and there was a lot to see and the staff was very friendly. Unlike most plane museums (well any other that I've been to) you can actually get on a 767 and 747 here, which was very neat. Overall a great place to spend 2 or 3 hours. Only thing that surprised me was the gift shop didn't have a Delta lapel pin!
I thought this was a great museum. Very informative for this av geek! The exhibits were wonderful and give you a close up look at Delta Airlines, their operations and the aircraft they've flown over their years of operation. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable about the exhibits. So if you have questions, they're very glad to answer them!
The Delta Flight Museum is a beautiful place to visit at anytime of the year with any age group. We have been there many times and taken all our family members at different occasions. This particular time we visited was a very nice dinner and everything was done first class as you would expect Delta to do. Highly recommend to visit to the Delta Flight Museum anytime