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Neil Armstrong Apollo 11 Roadside Attraction & Spot of His First Flight Taken in Warren, Ohio 1936

“That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” Famous word spoke by Astronaut Neil Armstrong upon man’s first steps on the moon July 20, 1969. It was during the Apollo 11 spaceflight that Armstrong and fellow astronauts Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin made this first lunar landing aboard the Apollo lunar module - Eagle.

But have you ever wondered what might have inspired Armstrong to become an astronaut in the first place? Well, we might have the answer for you right here in Warren, Ohio where a half-scale replica of the Apollo lunar module rests celebrating not only the first lunar landing, but this exact spot is where Armstrong took his very first flight ever in 1936.

Join us today as we visit this roadside attraction and share with you it’s fascinating story - right here on History and Relics.


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