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Boeing Future of Flight

Mukilteo, WA, USA
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About Boeing Future of Flight
Located approximately 25 miles north of Seattle, Boeing Future of Flight is open and excited to welcome guests back for our Gallery, Sky Deck, Boeing Store and Paper Plane Cafe. The Boeing Factory Tour will remain temporarily closed, however we are exploring virtual factory experiences.
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Boeing Tour from Seattle

This half-day tour gives you an insider's look at the Boeing factory, where airplanes are designed and built. During the trip, take a guided tour of the facilities with a small group of other curious travelers and learn about the Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner planes in production. You’ll also get to wander through the Future of Flight Aviation Center and its interactive exhibits.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $86.06

Boeing Factory Tour from Seattle

Discover a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the magic of flight—and visit one of the world’s largest buildings to see how commercial aircraft are made—when you explore the Boeing Factory in Everett, Washington. Pick from multiple daily tour times; transit from your Seattle hotel makes logistics stress-free. Upon arrival, go on a guided Future of Flight tour, explore interactive exhibitions in the Aviation Center Gallery, and see colossal planes being built.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $98.00

Boeing Factory and Future of Flight Aviation Center Tour from Seattle

Discover Boeing from the flight line to the factory floor on a half-day Boeing factory tour that includes the Future of Flight Aviation Center. Since the Future of Flight Aviation Center is in Mukilteo, not Seattle, getting there can mean wasting time on driving and parking. Round-trip transport from selected hotels saves you the hassle, so you can go straight to the flight simulator, virtual tours, and interactive exhibits.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $90.25

Boeing Factory Tour with Private Group Transport from Seattle

Take a trip to the Boeing Factory with your group of up to 7 people in your own private car with your very own expert guide. Your guide will give you interesting insight into the history of Boeing and Seattle on your trip to Everett where the factory is located. Once you arrive, learn how airplanes are built on a guided tour of the Boeing factory. Tour the massive Boeing assembly plant, the world’s largest building by volume, and see a variety of different planes in production. Explore the interactive exhibits and displays in the Aviation Center Gallery and visit the educational Future of Flight Aviation Center museum. Your guide will wait for you to complete your tour and provide you with personalized service back to Seattle.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $682.06
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Bruce M wrote a review Oct 2020
Atlanta, Georgia20 contributions8 helpful votes
The selection of planes on display is awesome!! There is something for everyone no matter your interest in planes. I got to see the MiG 21 next to the F4!! This is a must visit for anyone who happens to be in Seattle and the planes are from Military to space to commercial aviation. Wow!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Leigh R wrote a review Mar 2020
Palisades, New York7 contributions5 helpful votes
My father (a private pilot) and I visited Future of Flight and the Boeing tour on Friday, Feb. 28, on the 2:00 tour with Frankie. She was incredibly knowledgeable and a great ambassador for the brand and Boeing's philosophy. The tour depends on the personality and insight of the guide because otherwise, it would just be a lot of trying to figure out what's happening on the massive factory floor. But Frankie was an ideal interpreter for what we were seeing, what we weren't and what Boeing has planned for the future. I flew home to New York the next day and, as a nervous flyer, I was pleasantly surprised at how knowing more about Boeing and the 737-800 that I was flying helped with some of my nervousness. I recommend this experience for anyone interested in aviation, industry, manufacturing or history. Also, don't hesitate to ask for accomodation if someone in your group can't do stairs. You won't miss a thing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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splanknon wrote a review Mar 2020
Philadelphia, PA91 contributions42 helpful votes
Our guide, Mike, was very good. He even managed to be warm doing a speech he has given a lot -- encyclopedic! Boeing was doing some evangelism -- they made it clear that they have to keep selling new planes. What an investment! -- and of the tax dollars of many countries, especially those taxes funneled through the Pentagon. I rarely pay attention to giant corporations but we have family history with Boeing, so we got a good eye-opener. It was a good tour, the display area was also very interesting, good videos, informative hour and a half.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John M wrote a review Feb 2020
Enniskillen, United Kingdom876 contributions348 helpful votes
I visited with my son and it was the main reason for being in this part of America so it really needed to be good. It was - it was excellent. Just go there!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Jacob G wrote a review Feb 2020
Comox Valley, Canada61 contributions8 helpful votes
We knew that it would be massive and impressive, but until you see it in person, it is impossible to put into words. Our tour guide Frankie was friendly, informative, and funny. We truly got our money's worth. Bravo Boeing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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