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Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum General Admission

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    Visit: Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum, 3407 109th St SW, Everett, WA 98204-1351

    While the education these beautiful and rare artifacts provide to the world is significant, we hope you take special pleasure in knowing that these historic planes and tanks are not meant simply for display in a static museum environment. As part of the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum, their destiny is to take to the skies and cruise the ground once again at year-round events hosted by the museum. Stop by during one of our signature event days to see a tank cruise mere feet from where you are standing or to feel the wind of a Spitfire as it rushes past. This rare opportunity to re-live history will leave you in awe and give you something to talk about for years to come.

    The operation of these meticulously restored artifacts is made possible by highly trained mechanics working year-round to maintain and rebuild them in front of your very eyes. The job is never easy. Mechanics must become experts in a wide variety of foreign and domestic aircraft and engines, which haven’t been operated for generations.  When hard to find parts can’t be found, they must be made from scratch. As you might expect with vintage pieces of complex machinery, the job is never ending.  In the summer, the mechanics are prepping the planes for flight and, in the winter, they are tearing them down and inspecting every part. Walking through the hangars you will not only see lifeless artifacts. You will find people working on them.  Don’t be shy, ask a question or two to them men and women who know these pieces best and get a true hands on look at what goes into operating the marvelous machines in front of you.

    The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is a truly unique experience. With 28 aircraft and over 60 vehicles to dazzled guests, you will need an amazing guide to help you cover the nearly 75,000 sq. ft. of expansive exhibit space. Ask for a free tour with an FHCAM Docent. Your Docent will walk you through the hangars and explain each artifact and the role it played in history.  As you tour through, don’t forget to stop by FHCAM’s newest exhibit, Why War: The Causes of Conflict. This one of a kind exhibit explores the reasons countries go to war and puts context behind the war machines living in our museum. Explore this highly interactive room built to tell the stories of the people and technology from world wars.
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    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    I expected to see Aircraft and Tanks, but not in flyable and drivable condition. They have three hangers of these beauties. They have the major aircraft and tanks from WW2. Highly recommended for history buffs.

    Thank RoverToad
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago

    Our family has a son who is a real military nut. He likes all things military. We came here after noticing that it was close to the Boeing tour. We were blown away! The entire museum is indoor. This is great as it was a...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank JohnFromSantaClara
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

    This place is on the Boeing Campus and it’s both fascinating and educational. There are three hangars full of reconditioned air planes, tanks and user friendly interactive educational games. Plan on at least four hours. The docents are spectacular with wonderful knowledge and stories. They...More

    Thank dianebS2450BE
    Reviewed July 2, 2019

    Took our grand kids. They enjoyed it for sure, but gramps really enjoyed it! What a collection. B25, V2 Rocket (hard to explain to grand kids), P51 Mustang and LOTS more. Meeting a WWII B17 crew member when we arrived was a big bonus. Russian,...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    1  Thank WoodyT502
    Reviewed July 1, 2019

    My 14 year old son visited this museum and after a full day - he wants to go back for more. He said there was more and more and more everywhere he turned.

    Date of experience: July 2019
    1  Thank Alverson
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