2. Look at planes
Great War Flying Museum is an aviation museum that makes and maintains replicas of World War I aircrafts. It is a not-for-profit museum, where members and volunteers are the ones that actually maintain the planes.
Fokker Dr.I, Nieuport 28, Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a and Sopwith 1½ Strutter are just a few of the replicas that can be seen at the museum. In addition to the aircrafts, the museum also houses a rare collection of period uniforms.
Also at the Great War Flying Museum is a collection of artefacts that tell the story of men involved in flying during World War I. There are also battle maps and rare instruments on display.