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Walk the aisle of JFK's Air Force One and climb aboard the West Coast's only Concorde. Revel in the history and heroics of WWI and WWII. Barrel-roll a Mustang, land on the moon, and soar over Puget Sound in a simulator. Experience the excitement of...more
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This was my fist visit, took family there to see the museum. There is so much to see at the museum, they also have several interactive simulators and planes there too. Great place to spend most of your day.
A let down actually. You visit the factory and view everything from at least 30 feet up through a viewing gallery. There is very little touch and feel. Weekends there is very little activity. They don't allow any kind of photography inside so all phones...More
Tons of information on the history of flight, lots of WWI and WWII stuff which was interesting. Good selection of visual and audio displays with lots of written narratives along with each. Special bonus is that it is FREE the first Thursday of the month...More
My hubby has always liked air museums and this one did not dissapoint! There are so many walk ons at this place. It was very cool to see Nixon's Air Force One. There is a big building that has WW1 and WW2 planes and then...More
I went there to spend 2 hours and ended up being there nearly 5. Amazing planes and excellent displays with rich information and background. The museum covers everything from early 20th century fight to space travel. Loads of iconic planes. Too much to list. Good...More
One cannot underestimate the great importance that aviation and Seattle have in our Country’s history. When my Grandfather left Victoria, Canada to open an airplane parts company back in the 40s he landed in Seattle first! This museum is a Must See if you travel...More
Made my second trip to the Museum of Flight today and realized I didn’t write a review last time, so this covers two visits 2.5 years apart. In those two years the museum expanded and opened its new aviation pavilion. The Museum of Flight is...More
Visited museum of flight on our departure day, on our way to the airport. Taxi from downtown Seattle was 25 USD. Arrived with luggage at the museum. Very helpful employee immediately realized that we would want to store our luggage and directed us to the...More
What a great experience! We had a great time on this tour. It lasted 90 minutes and we really enjoyed it. You watch a short video and then head to a bus that takes you over to the factory buildings. Walk down some stairs and...More
This is a great museum and it is more than just about flight - of all kinds. It also has a great history section about the Boeing company. I put this on par with the Smithsonian's Air and Space museum.