Old Air Force One and Concorde are outdoors so make sure the weather is good. Also, do a little research before buying your tickets. We had a party of 5, my wife and I and 3 friends. Normal price 5 x $17 or $85. Bought the one year "Aviator" Level sponsor for $75. Wife and I got in for free (all year too) and had 4 tickets for friends so we still have one left and saved $10.
Spent several hours going over exhibits. Actually let you get in the cockpit of an SR71. B17 can only be viewed from a distance as well as the B47. The B29 is "shrink wrapped" in a white plastic until a new hanger can be built. Several other static planes outside.
Great history of aviation and the first aircraft. The volunteers are great and one of them was the crew chief of the actual Air Force Once 707 from the 1970's.
As one would expect most of the aircraft displayed have a "Boeing" origin but one can't appreciate aviation history without Boeing. I would rate this as A- as far as Air and Space Museums go. Parking is free and close (although there is some walking required to the outside exhibits.) Easy to get to and a great way to burn some time either on the way to or from the SeaTac Airport.
A good value and since I am a member and get to Seattle often, I will be going back.
The Space part of it was about average but the aircraft side made up for any deficiencies unless that is specifically your thing.
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