The National Air and Space Museum is home to quite a few aircrafts that narrate fascinating stories. Everything from the iconic Wright Brothers' Flyer and Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis to World War II planes and Apollo 11 are up on display here, thus beckoning history aficionados, science buffs and aviation fans alike. Along with exhibits, visitors are also provided audio-visual aid to help them understand the significance of aeronautics better. At the Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater of the National Air and Space Museum, visitors can view one of the ever-changing films on the five-story screen. After the film, you can touch a moon rock or visit the original Star Trek model of the Enterprise. Educational exhibits introduce the ideas of aerodynamics to children and track the influence of flight technology on culture.