Linked by a footbridge from the main museum site across the road is The Pavilion. This is a large covered area that is not enclosed at the sides where some fairly substantial airframes are held including a 747, 787, Concorde G-BOAD and a 707 base Air Force 1. On our visit at least all of these aircraft were open to the public as part of the general admission. Because many of the airframes are on the large side there is limited space in the Pavillion to get good shots of some aircraft and this particularly applied to the Dreamliner and Concorde. Just across the way from this site is a Vietnam memorial, the centrepiece of which is a B-52G. Access to the Pavilion is through the space centre which houses the original Space Shuttle training module which is a full size recreation of a Shuttle.