Little pilots take over their own control tower at Southern Museum of Flight
By Honora Gathings
BIRMINGHAM - AL — Young pilots now have their own control tower to learn about flight operations at the Southern Museum of Flight. It's the latest addition to the Little Pilot's Playroom for children under seven years old.Saturday, a ribbon cutting was held for the Children's Control Tower. It's a multi-level space for three to six year old and includes a control panel with operational lights, buzzers and a temperature gauge.The Southern Museum of Flight helps educate people about Southern Aviation. It is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is seven dollars for adults and six dollars for students and seniors. Children under three years old, active military and family members of active military are free.
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