|Address:||303 Sid Snyder Dr, Long Beach, WA 98631, USA|
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Nothing exciting here. Really disappointing as Long Beach has some of the best kits flown on its beaches each year. They didnt even have pictures of past kit events. Just weird Japanese videos and a bunch of lame kits.
This is place is the best. The kite display are so pretty. We went while they celebrated the Asian new year, got to eat some samples they had available. We truly enjoyed our visit.
A bit of everything. Lots of kites on display. Short movies on kite history. WWII exhibit. Make your own small kites. Nice gift shop. My 7 year old loved it. Well worth the visit.
If youre into kites or interested in some kite history, this little museum is worth a look. I especially enjoyed the different types of Asian Kies on display.
An informative museum of kite history that is also kid-friendly. My 7 year old daughter enjoyed making her own kite there!
My partner flies quad line sports kites and we support this museum. They sponsor the largest kite festival in the USA.
Always fun to visit and see all the kites from around the world. I also like that they have a kite my grandpa made.
Terrible people very rude and very expensive. Also be aware there is a fee to walk through its not plainly marked
Really enjoyed tye exhibits about types of kites used in World War 2. Shop had a pretty large variety of kites.
Its worth $5 to see the old kites the army and Navy used for communication and rescue reception.
Very cool place with the history of kites. I had no idea the US military used them in WWII
Lots of cool kites to see, plus some interesting historic informational displays.
Interesting and informative. Beautiful kites.
Lady was very rude.