“see the progression of Transportation”
The Museum is a Progression of Transportation from the first bicycles, the Wright Brothers’ Bicycle Shop, and the Wright Flyer, exploring Monroe County’s rich aviation history, and into outer space with Mercury 7, Astronaut Donald Kent “Deke” Slayton The museum in part is a memorial to Donald “Deke” Slayton – an astronaut and NASA administrator who grew up on a farm outside of Sparta, WI. There are numerous artifacts on display including several of Deke’s personal items such as, his Mercury Spacesuit and even a Moon Rock! - See more at: http://www.dekeslaytonmuseum.com/#sthash.48C3XQqw.dpuf
As of 10/01/16
Monday-Saturday, Closed on Sundays
Children ages 5-14 $3.00
Children 4 & Under: Free
A nice little museum with the ground floor being dedicated to local history, it's free. The upper floor houses the Deke Slayton collection as well as a collection of old bicycles. The Deke Slayton content was a very informative look at his life from childhood, through his days at NASA, and up to his death.
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Deke Slayton and Bicycle Museum
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