Wilbur and Orville Wright spent years of their lives working on their project. The Wright Brothers National Memorial is where their first flight was a success. The United States built the memorial to commemorate and celebrate their efforts. The locations available for viewing are;
1. First Flight Boulder and Flight Line
The place where the Wright Brothers flew the first aircraft. You can also visit the areas which they landed.
2. Reconstructed 1903 Camp Buildings
These buildings show where Orville and Wilbur started their experiments in 1903. The reconstructed buildings include living quarters and a hangar. The brothers lived in a camping fashion.
3. Wright Brothers Monument
The United States built a monument to remember the Wright Brothers’ achievement. The monument is at the top of Kill Devil Hill. The location is where they conducted their experiments on gliding.
4. December 17, 1903 Sculpture
The first flight is captured in a sculpture. The artifact is on the southern parts of Kill Devil Hill. Visitors are allowed to touch the sculpture if they are careful.
5. Wright Brothers Visitor Center
The National Historic Landmark building was constructed in 1960. It has since been renovated. The building offers information about the memorial and the Wright Brothers. Visitors can also explore the exhibits at the center.