DAYTON, Ohio — The world’s largest military aviation museum now offers free wireless Internet to its visitors, according to a museum announcement.
Provided by the Air Force Museum Foundation, WiFi will be available to National Museum of the U.S. Air Force visitors free of charge throughout all galleries in the main museum complex, as well as the lobby and café.
Visitors are encouraged to use the WiFi network to check-in on social media networks and share photos and experiences from their visit.
The museum already has some Web-based features available and will add more as time and resources allow. For example, visitors can download the free Cockpit360 app, giving them the chance to explore 360-degree views of the interiors of approximately 30 museum aircraft. Also available are several self-guided tour podcasts and QR codes with additional information about some museum exhibits.