Tour guides were good and the tour is well co-ordinated. You will get to view the vastness of the factory. To see assembly in action try visiting on a weekday.
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What a great place to visit if you're in the Seattle area! It's a must see, especially if you're an aviation enthusiast. It's the largest building in the world, and you can see planes in all states of manufacturing when you tour the factory.
Impressive tour . You can visit the exhibits in the entrance hall for free which was fine but paying the tour fee is a must. You view a short film then take a short bus ride out to the assembly facility. The building looks large...More
Our family thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Our guide was knowledgeable, and knew her facts. It was interesting to see the production of the planes. The facility is clean and has a range of interesting exhibits to fit all ages. When you finish your tour you...More
We took this tour on our cruise in Seattle this week. My husband had been there before years ago. It has grown exponentially from that time. This wonderful tour takes you around the huge facility of over 98 acres under air-conditioned roof. For those in...More
No cameras, cellphones, personal items allowed in the factory. The mind is enough to record such an impressive factory. We saw the various planes up-close-and-personal. Our tour guide, Sue was quite knowledgeable and knew the facts, and numbers. The planes, by their sheer size alone...More
Walking around the museum and exhibits was interesting. The tour was a lot of walking under ground and an elevator ride to a balcony overlooking the assembly floor. Unfortunately what we were told would be a busy time, was in fact a morning break and...More
The tour was taken primarily for my 11 year old who is an airplane fanatic. He loved the tour, seeing how the planes were built, and loved the Future of Flight Aviation Center. Our guide was outstanding, had an extensive knowledge of the history of...More
The factory tour was mostly getting to and from it...just a couple vantage points in different parts of the building. The coolest part was watching a video that was the entire assembly process sped up. I was hoping for more... The attached museum was really...More
I love airplanes and obviously loved everything about this tour. Guides are funny and not a lot of walking. A few steps here and there but really easy to do. Really almost no kids either, they are restricted so you can listen all the explanation...More