While at the Canadian Warbirds Museum I took a virtual reality trip. A WW2 British reporter flew with a Lancaster crew on a night raid to Berlin. The creators took his recording and integrated it into a VR program. After seeing it I was impressed. The viewers can look around in the aircraft and see the rest of the crew doing their function. Then can focus outside the aircraft to see the city, searchlights and even a night fighter attack. Between the reporter and the VR creators, I walked away feeling I had a very good idea what it would have been like on a night bombing mission. I have included this link so you can have an idea of this VR program. Enjoy.
When I was teaching Science in New Mexico, I had a student qualify for the 1995 International Science Fair. Wouldn't you know that it was the year that is was in Hamilton with the opening ceremony at the the Warbirds Museum complete with an airshow. Great memory and experience.