Best flight representation I’ve seen, including the Smithsonian. Well worth the tour. We did the flight simulator which was a blast. Every type of craft from Wright brothers to fighter planes.
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This place is huge. It's also incredible. They have everything at this place - too much to tell here. Get a brochure on line if you want to see what they have. Wow. Extremely professional stuff. Best of all, I had my picture taken with...More
Even if you are not a big aviation fan, it is definitely worth spending at least 2-3 hours at the Museum of Flight. You see everything from the beginning of flying using wooden aircraft to modern ones like the Dreamliner. The flight simulators are also...More
We have visited the museum of flight three times now and we still haven't seen everything. There are multiple buildings jam packed with information that even a person that doesn't like aviation will find something to enjoy here. Tons of photo ops and things for...More
The first thing you notice is the vast variety of airplanes, from the earliest to the latest. You can view the displays from an engineering perspective, from a historical perspective, from a social perspective. This most recent visit, I focused on a display about the...More
You can go to this place again and again. Spend at least four hours the first time. If you like technology and history it is a goldmine of entertainment.
Even as a non-plane person (hey, they get us from point a to point b and that's about all the attention I pay to them), this place was impressive. You can 'skate along the surface' of this museum in about 1.5 hours but spend a...More
We took the local #124 bus from downtown Seattle, which stops directly outside the museum. Couldn't have been easier. Lots to see and learn. The exhibits are such that there's enough information for the enthusiast and yet not so much to overwhelm the casual visitor....More