Seattle is the historic city of aerospace manufacturer Boeing. Opened in 1965, not far from the old warehouses of the renowned American aircraft producer, The Museum of Flight has become the largest aeronautical museum in the world. During your visit, you will discover an old Concorde that belonged to British Airways, a version of the Boeing 747 – the famous double-decker aircraft, as well as the first presidential jet to bear the Air Force One name.
Older aircraft are exhibited in hangars, such as the famous DC3, in addition to specimens of military aircraft and very recent models like the 787 Dreamliner, the latest addition to the Boeing commercial line which recently found its place at the Museum of Flight. Space adventure is not forgotten, with a hangar specifically dedicated to Apollo flights. The most daring will appreciate the experience of testing flight simulators or immersing themselves in the unique setting of a control tower.
The Museum of Flight
9404 E. Marginal Way South
+1 206 764 5700