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Vinnie says these airports are the most kid-friendlyPosted On: 04/02/2015
Keep kids happy at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport by visiting the Children’s Museum of Chicago’s playground called “Kids on the Fly”, located near Gate F1 in Terminal 2. The aviation-themed exhibit features a cargo plane that needs fueling; a cockpit in a fantasy helicopter; a luggage station and an air traffic control tower. Another exhibit, located in Terminal 2, is dedicated to the memory of WWII hero Lt. Commander Edward“Butch” O’Hare, showcasing a restored F3F-4 fighter plane. In Terminal 1 children can gaze at the life-size Brachiosaurus skeleton. Families at the San Francisco International Airport can visit the Commission Aviation Library & Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum in the International Terminal’s Main Hall. The Exploratorium of San Francisco has designed a weather-themed play area featuring crawling equipment and a Plasma Wall—a display of colorful arcs that jump around when activated by sound. SFO Kids’ Spot is located after passing through security in Terminal 3;.Terminal 1 features three different aquariums.
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