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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
This is our favorite museum in Seattle. There are a ton of cool exhibits. The WWI and WWII ones are especially good. The airplanes and shuttle trainer are also very cool.
They also have a good play area for smaller kids.
The café is OK,...More
The big airplanes are now under cover out of the rain. You can walk through a Boeing 787, 747, 737, 707 (former Air Force 1 used by President Johnson) and a supersonic concord. There is an B-17 and B-29, a Boeing 247, Boeings first metal...More
I was all ready to argue about the Wright brothers being the first to fly a plane, being from North Carolina and all. But this place was about aviation and the mechanics of planes and aerospace development. I stayed in Renton, Wa for my week...More
We visited the museum with kids, 5 and 7 years old, and we all enjoyed our day. We spent 5 hours in there, and we could easily spent more if we had any energy left. We first went into the space part of the museum...More
I have lived in Seattle for 30 years and just went to the Museum of Flight for the first time in 25 years. With family visiting from out-of-town we thought it would be a good tourist spot. I was impressed with the extensive displays. The...More
My husband had the museum on our list of things to do in Seattle and I loved our visit! What a history of planes, including those used in the US and foreign military. The space exhibit was so educational, both US and Russian. We saw...More
Military families have free entry between Memorial Day and Labor Day which is a fantastic deal. There us lots to do and see in a fantastic museum stretching from the first manned flight through to space travel. Our boys were most enthralled by playing on...More
Response from lauraalonsobi | Reviewed this property |
The city bus is an easy way to get there. Bus 124 picks you up along 3rd Ave and drops you right outside the museum entrance. You can get the bus schedule from the concierge or the google maps. Have fun!