Experience flight as you never have before at the Museum of Flight in Seattle!
The skies the limit as you step into the Personal Courage Wing and experience stories of courage as told through a collection of 28 fighter aircraft in a setting that will simply amaze you.
In the steel and glass Great Gallery, the history of aviation soars past, with dozens of full-size aircraft flying in formation six stories above. You can even sit in the cockpit of a real SR-71 Blackbird or F/A-18 Hornet! Pretty cool, huh kids?
Have you ever wanted to pretend like you are the President of the USA? At the Museum of Flight you can board America's first presidential jet Air Force One. Ever heard of the Concorde? At the Museum of Flight you can climb aboard the sleek aircraft and learn it's history.
There is even history to be learned at the museum, as kids step back 95 years in the magnificently restored Red Barn, the birthplace of The Boeing Company.
From hands-on kid's workshops, to fly-ins, to interaction with the people who made aviation history, the Museum of Flight has something to offer every member of your family or group.
Experience the story of flight from the dawn of aviation to the Space Age! It's a soaring family day out for the family in this great Washington city!
Take Interstate 5 to Exit 158. Turn right on East Marginal Way S, and enter the Museum lot a half mile down the road, on your right.
All parking is FREE! Convenient parking is located next to the Museum entries on the east and west sides of East Marginal Way.
$17 (Ages 5-17)
Senior, military and veteran discounts
Wings Café, a full-service 132-seat eatery, is open during gallery hours and Museum admission is not required for entry to the café. So those pilots can rest assured those rumbling tummies won't be in the way of their flight around the museum!
Visitor parking is always FREE and available adjacent to the Museum, with limited parking next to the Library, Airpark and Aviation High School.
Of course there is a Museum Store! Members receive a 15% discount, and you can take home a host of great space and aviation-related gifts, merchandise and educational items so the kids don't have to stop learning when you leave!
The Museum is fully ADA-compliant, all galleries are fully wheelchair-accessible and courtesy wheelchairs are available for use. Also "Touch the Sky," the tactile tour experience at The Museum of Flight for visitors with low or no vision
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