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“Interesting planes and very friendly passionate staff.”

Olympic Flight Museum
Ranked #14 of 59 things to do in Olympia
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

Staff was friendly and they had some rather unique aircraft along with a p fifty one. Prices are reasonable but it is hard to spend too much time there because of its lack of air conditioning and lack of bigger planes. Good for a break in your travels if you have an hour to spare and like airplanes this is a great place to go. Also the gifts hop prices were reasonable.

3  Thank Kalani D
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Reviewed March 3, 2013

This flight museum exceeds Wichita, KS'. aviation museum and it is the center of General Aviation Manufacturing. Good collection of aircraft with some rare birds as well of course it is not a rival nor same scale as Boeing's Museum of Flight. Good place to take kids and show them some vintage war birds.

2  Thank Gary W
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Reviewed February 22, 2013

We took 4 kids ages 6-10 (girl and boys) and they all enjoyed it. It is small - just one hangar - but there are lots of really cool planes and helicopters packed into that small space. Nothing is roped off but you are not allowed to touch any of the aircraft or get into anything. This might be a consideration for parents of younger kids who would need more supervision. I think it would be nice if there was at least one aircraft (perhaps outside) that kids could sit in. There is a door out the back on the airport runway side with some aircraft and we were able to watch a helicopter take off. It is a bit overpriced for adults ($7) but the fact that kids 6 and under are free made up a little for that. It was $30 for 6 of us, which isn't too bad. Lots of history here!

4  Thank mom_of_boys_76
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

The collection is not extensive, and consists primarily of ex-military aircraft. However, the presentation was good and there are a few "hands-on" aircraft outside to interest kids. There is a small gift shop in the museum.

2  Thank laryep
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Reviewed September 16, 2012

Have recently read couple of ww2 bomber books so it was great to find this place from a google search. Thought admission reasonable and while not as large as some aviation museums in WA, it was very well done. Several families there with kids and they also seemed to be enjoying themselves. I personally liked the size as I could do entire exhibit and have time to fit in other activites.

2  Thank Kgeorge16
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