This in the location in the city center: I really love pioneers aircraft, so I was exited to see Lindberg's Spirit of Saint Louis there. They are restoring it, so unfortunately the cowling was not on. On the other had, it gave me a chance to see the big fueltank and the Wright engine, which is also nice. Also the (almost) original FLyer 1 from 1903 is special. A Fokker C2 which did pioneering flights over the US, X1 and X15 are all amazing. Of course te famous Fin Viz. And a couple of WW2 aircraft that I hadn't seen before here in Europe.
That's a view of the Spirit that you don't get to see! I would consider myself lucky to see it in that "rare" condition. And that other primative contraption, the "Vin Fiz", used to be at the Cradle of Aviation Museum here on Long Island when I used to volunteer there. I think they took it back because we were not climate controlled at the time and there were birds flying around (and pooping) inside the un-restored hanger at the time.