July 20th 2009 will mark the 40 year anniversary of Neil Armstrong's historical first step on the moon.
I have passed by the museum many times but had never visited it until now.
The museum chronicles Neil Armstrong, who is a Wapakoneta native achievements.
There is plenty to see and appreciate. There are interactive displays as well as a theater. This moon rock is one of the largest I've seen.
There are numerous Apollo 11 artifacts, a Gemini VIII Space craft and the experimental F5D Skylancer Plane that Armstrong flew in preparation for space flight.
I was surprised to find the amount and quality of material on display at the museum and was glad I went.