Like many here, I have visited a couple of aircraft/aviation museums or museums with significant sections on same. Of course, I have been to the Smithsothian Air and Space in DC a number of times. Maybe in a couple of years I'll visit the new part at Dulles airport. I visited the Boeing Museum in July 1995 (also saw at a distance, Job 1 aircraft - 707, 747, 767, ect). Also must note seeing an excellent airline/aircraft section in the Dutsches Museum in Munich, Germany, an excellent technical and sciences museum. There is a small aircraft museum at Teterboro, NJ airport which I have seen, which features the history of the airport and aviation history in NJ.
I know that AA and NW have museums as part of their co HQ's or base airports, but are there any other company museums ?
Besides the Wright AFB museum in Ohio, and the museums I cited, what other significant museums or parts of museums are there in the world as to civilian aircraft and airlines?