Snoopy and the Red Baron, Held over through September
Charles Schulz introduced Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace in 1965, and over the decades the Flying Ace has become one of Peanuts most recognizable personas. This traveling exhibition from the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, tells the full story of the charismatic character, from the origin of the story line, to how Schulz researched all aspects of World War I to bring authenticity to the strips.
Winner of Trip Advisor Travelers’ Choice Award once again in 2020
The Curtiss story comes to life at the Museum. Glenn Curtiss began his career as a builder of bicycles and then, motorcycles. In 1907 he became the “fastest man on earth” when he attained a speed of 136.4 MPH on his V8 powered motorcycle. An exact reproduction of this bike is one of several Curtiss motorcycles that are on display. On July 4th, 1908, Curtiss flew his flying machine, named the “June Bug”, a distance of over 5000 feet to win the Scientific American Trophy. This was the first pre-announced, public flight in America – a feat that earned him pilot’s license # 1. The collection includes A full-sized reproduction of the “June Bug,” other historic Curtiss aircraft, motorcycles of many eras and manufacture, and interesting Hammondsport/Keuka Lake history.Address: 8425 NY-54
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