AmericaJR.com’s Jason, Gloria and Jerome Rzucidlo visited the San Diego Air & Space Museum during their recent trip to America’s Finest City. It is located in Balboa Park and is housed in the former Ford Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is divided into many galleries with exhibits emphasizing the contributions San Diego has made to aviation. Sections include the Theodore Gildred Rotunda, Special Exhibit area, World War I Gallery, Golden Age of Flight Gallery, World War II Gallery, and Modern Jet & Space Age Gallery, and the Edwin D. McKeller Pavilion of Flight. Visitors can enter the Rotunda for free. Admission is required to visit the remaining galleries and additional cost to see the Special Exhibit. SDASM promotes itself as one of the largest aviation museums in the nation, containing the third-largest collection of archives and library.