As visitors enter the Museum and ascend the grand staircase to the second floor, they’ll likely notice Arthur Young’s Bell-47D1 Helicopter hovering overhead as though in mid-flight. Manufactured from the mid-1940s through the early 1970s, this helicopter was noted for its sleek design consisting of a seamless plastic bubble with an open frame tail. A few hundred feet away, past the Marron Atrium and inside the Projects Gallery, visitors will discover a strikingly different helicopter.
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