We enter the new week still grounded by COVID-19, but dreaming of places we might soon be able to go.
And the fun ways we might get there.
In the meantime, we put together a round-up of some aviation museum highlights to visit, virtually, for The Points Guy blog.
On the list, we were pleased to be able to include one of our all-time favorite aviation artifacts: the Aerocar, which is part of the collection at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.
The museum recently posted a fun video of the museum curator describing the Taylor Aerocar III, which is one version of the flying car that Moulton Taylor built – and flew – in the 1950s.
Take a look at this 1949 news reel that shows the Aerocar taking flight.
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