My honey and I were interested in the museum because both our fathers were pilots during World War II. The museum is made up of three huge airplane hangers filled with aircraft exhibits from early flight to recent rocketry. We went straight to the World War II hangar to see our fathers' airplanes.
The P-61 has an interesting tail design. Unfortunately, due to where it is placed in the museum, it's difficult to see the tail fuselage. Still, it was a treat for me to be able to see the entire aircraft. Up until now, I had only seen photos, small models and an incomplete version that they are restoring at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum.
It was really great to stop at the museum and on our next visit I hope to spend the entire day. There's certainly plenty to see.
Now, for anyone who's not tired of old planes yet, here's a video I found on the interweb showing the P-61 in flight. I'm always amazed by all that's out there to be seen. Enjoy!