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The North Carolina Museum of History debuted the new exhibit, The Wright Brothers, Dec. 17, 2016, in the permanent exhibit of North Carolina. The exhibit tells the Wright North Carolina story of 1900-1903, 1908, and 1911, and the monument construction at Wright Brothers National Memorial. The National Park Service has loaned the museum airfoils and bicycle chains from the Wright machines …
The National Park Service has awarded its highest civilian honor, Honorary Park Ranger, to David McCullough. The award is bestowed for exceptional contributions. McCullough is a two time Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner. McCullough’s most recent book, The Wright Brothers, continues as a best seller.
August 19th is National Aviation Day. This day, is also Orville Wright’s birthday! Celebrate National Aviation Day at Wright Brothers National Memorial. Free admission at WBNM. 2016 is the centennial for the National Park Service and US Coast Guard Aviation. All-Day Activities: Junior Ranger Program: Kids can pick-up a junior ranger booklet, learn about the Wright brothers to complete the activities, and …
We are pleased that exhibits from the 2003 Centennial, The Event of the Century, and Soaring 100 are now on permanent loan and exhibit at The NC Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC. The exhibits were on exhibit for 10 years in the First Flight Centennial Pavilions at Wright Brothers National Memorial. The pavilions, temporary facilities, have been removed. Some exhibits …