Souvenir Sunday

Souvenir Sunday at Space Center Houston

Airport Search has been in Houston this week taking part in the citywide celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven Moon landing and the primary time human beings walked at the Moon.

While here, we visited Space Center Houston, the technology and space exploration center in which the general public receives a danger to see (and contact!) Moon rocks and examine first hand about what it takes to go into – and are available back from – space.

There’s additionally a super present shop. And for Souvenir Sunday, we’re sharing a number of the fun items we’re taking home.

Moon rocks

Thanks for becoming a member of us this week even as we celebrated the anniversary of the Apollo eleven Lunar Mission.

Shop for the moon at an airport near you

It’s Souvenir Sunday here on Stuck at The Airport and it’s big week for space buffs as celebrations get underway to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo eleven Moon Landing.

Airport and airport shops are celebrating as properly.

OpenBook at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and Book People at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) despatched along some snaps of the space-themed books and gifts that have been flying off their shelves.

Souvenir Sunday desires your assist. If you notice amusing, uncommon, regionally-themed gift in an airport all through your travels, please take a snap and send it along to us. If we function your souvenir on Stuck at The Airport, we’ll ship you a amusing journey-themed souvenir.

Souvenir Sunday at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

It’s Souvenir Sunday, a day to take a look at a number of the amusing, cheaper and domestically-themed objects you could buy at airports.

You can’t cross wrong with this type of colorful souvenirs from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. Flowers – sparkling, wooden, plastic or ‘future’ (as in luggage of bulbs) – all appearance attractive.

And none of these souvenirs is everywhere close to high priced.

And then of course, there’s cheese, stroopwafels and chocolate.

Have you spotted a exceptional memento at an airport? If you do see something that’s amusing, regionally-themed and coffee price, please snap a photograph and ship it along to

If your souvenir is featured on Souvenir Sunday, we’ll ship you a travel-themed gift.

Bigfoot has moved into a small Oregon airport is a big fan of airport mascots. And Redmond Municipal Airport now has a surely big one.

Central Oregon is prime Bigfoot (or Sasquatch)-looking u . s .. And the most modern resident at Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) offers every person an awesome examine the ever-elusive creature that vacationers desire someday to peer.

More than 6-toes tall, this Sasquatch creature toting a purple suitcase arrived at RDM simply last week and he/she/it's going to stay within the terminal for the foreseeable destiny.

Because, in reality, who's going to inform a creature that seems like that to transport along?

RDM hopes site visitors will take selfies with the newly-arrived Sasquatch. And in addition they wish tourists will submit those selfies to the airport’s Facebook page and/or share their pics through Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #RDMYeti, #centraloregonsasquatch or #FLYRDM.

And for individuals who would love to take home a Bigfoot souvenir beyond a image, the 2 airport present stores have masses of awesome alternatives.

Here are snaps of a number of our favourite Bigfoot gifts. Beyond t-shirts and a fantastic Sasquatch bottle opener, the alternatives encompass a first rate addition to our growing series of airport chocolate ‘poop’ souvenirs.

Please be on the alert for a super statue, mascot or souvenir at any airport you pass thru. If you spot some thing that’s amusing and really nearby, please snap a photo and ship it along. If your photograph is featured on our Souvenir Sunday function, we’ll ship you a fab journey-themed souvenir.

Souvenir Sunday at Newark Liberty Int’l Airport

Today is Souvenir Sunday, the day while takes a have a look at cool, regionally-themed presents you may locate at airports.

This week’s treats come from the SouveNEAR vending machines currently hooked up in Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport.

SouveNEAR’s  vending machines  at EWR are full of t-shirts, rings, soaps, pins, patches, t-shirts, candy and a huge variety of different carefully-curated items made with the aid of New Jersey and New York artists.

Loop Collection

“We agree with that vacationers feel better buying items that aid creativity and which might be related to the places they love,” stated SouveNEAR co-founder Suzanne Southard, “We wish Newark passengers will feel awesome approximately assisting nearby creativity and taking home something that is absolutely connected to this place.”


Statue of Liberty pin with the aid of The Weekend Movement

Bikes on ninth

Not heading to EWR anytime soon? Don’t be troubled.

SouveNEAR also has vending machines packed with local artist-made treasures inside the Oakland Airport, in Missouri’s Kansas City International Airport, inside the foyer of a Marriott lodge in Emeryville, CA and in the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco.

The prices for the vending-sized artistic endeavors range from $4 to $40 and most everything is likewise to be had online.

Souvenir Sunday wishes your help!

If you notice a fab, less expensive, regionally-themed object for sale in an airport keep, please take a picture and it along. If your sovuenir is featured on Souvenir Sunday we’ll send you a fab tour-themed memento.