After a previous day of meetings, visiting the museum was great. Loved talking with the Docents. A great atmosphere and highly recommend to anyone that wants to learn more about the history of flight.
About The Museum of Flight
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This is an interesting museum set along the Boeing Field. All ages would enjoy seeing planes both on display and taking off or landing during a visit to this attraction. Staff here are great. However, despite the fact there is a small area for little...More
Although we had access to only one section of the museum, we found the variety of aircraft on exhibit fascinating. From the early bi-planes to the engine of the Saturn V rocket, the story of our discovery and development of flight was a most interesting...More
This is one of the nicest air museums around. The WWI and WWII exhibits are excellent. The outdoor airpark is great because you can board many aircraft including Air Force One and a British Airways supersonic plane. There is also a Boeing 787 and the...More
Honestly, my boyfriend loves planes and as soon as I came across this museum when planning for our trip I knew we needed to go. It's a wonderful place to explore. They have an area where you can go into the planes, and a ton...More
My husband and I just revisited Seattle's Museum of Flight ... 30 years after taking our sons there. Much has changed. The museum has added more exhibits and spread itself over more acerage. This time around, as "aging" adults we got to read all the...More
This is my third time to the museum in ten or fifteen years, and it still manages to amaze. Built around the original Boeing "Red Barn" factory, the museum has morphed into a massive and international display of aerospace engineering. New for me on this...More
An unbelievable collection of Aircraft that we think tops the Smithsonian. Wonderfully displayed and presented. Wish we allowed more time as you can actually board many of the aircraft displayed. A "don't miss" opportunity if visiting Seattle!
We moved to the area in early 2014, and visited the Museum of Flight a short time after. Our first visit was overwhelming. We loved it so much we bought a membership, and have continued to renew every year. We bring all the friends &...More