From its beginnings as a crop-dusting operation to now serving 165 million customers with almost 80,000 employees, Delta Air Lines has come a long way in the 85 years since its first passenger flight from Dallas to Jackson, Miss. in 1929.
In addition to never-before-displayed artifacts from its history, the new Delta Flight Museum includes interactive features like a scavenger hunt, a pre-flight checklist and the only Boeing 737-200 full-motion simulator open to the public in the U.S, formerly used to train pilots.
Book that one-hour experience in advance, but warning! It costs $395, with no frequent flier mile credit.