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Museum of Flight

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History Museums, Aeronautics Museum, School Trip, Educational, Historical, Touristy
9404 East Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA
URL: Museum of Flight  Phone: 206-764-5720
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Activity Overview

A great museum for kids of all ages. Visitors will see airplanes spanning the first 100 plus years of flight. Get a look inside a Concorde, the first 747 ever built, the original Air Force One, fighters, bombers, and a whole other assortment of things with wings or propellers.

Things to Do

There’s a Kids Flight Zone, several flight simulators, and always changing featured exhibits.

Be sure to make tracks over the new Memorial Bridge to Airpark. Here you will find a super-constellation (aka Connie), a 707 Air Force One, the first 737, a 727 and N7470; the first Boeing 747 (City of Everett) ever made.

Get up close to a Blackbird, Concorde, Space Shuttle and some fantastic WW1 and WW2 war planes. Not only can you walk among them, but it is also possible to step aboard the Concorde, the 727 and Air Force One.

Make walking through the retired Air Force One a priority. The line gets long and people take their time going through but it's totally worth it.

Museum of Flight Insider Tips

  • The museum is located 10 minutes by car south of downtown Seattle. There is plenty of free parking available.
  • If you own your own plane there are 5 fly-in parking spots available.
  • They have a cafe and food area with lots of cool things in the gift shop.
  • Museum is free on the first Thursday of the month.
  • The museum is open from 10am to 5pm every day

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