One of my remaining hobbies.. is to fly R/C aircraft. I've built some pretty elaborate models, flown them, crashed them, rebuilt them.... Rinse, repeat. A few years ago, however, I discovered the joy of impact-foam.
There are these very highly capable planes made of impact-resistant-styrofoam that come nearly completely ready to fly and for a fraction of the cost of the planes I used to fly. What is most enjoyable about this route is that a person can spend the time flying - not building.
As a result, I'm a pretty good R/C pilot. Helis & planes, this "new" generation of moderately cheap R/C models allows a person the luxury to focus on flying skills instead of gluing skills.
Given this hobby, I've always wanted a proper space to tinker and display aircraft that I've learned to fly. I imagine this small 1 - car enclosed garage with some planes dangling from the celing or hanging from the walls. I have no such proper location at this time but.. one day!
This is probably why I like the Naval Aviation Museum so much. If I can find wonder in 2 or 3 floam flyers hanging from a shed ceiling, imagine the kid-wide-eyedness of seeing this place with their hundreds of actual aircraft on display :)