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Our new ad for the "Above and Beyond" exhibit opening at The Museum of Flight May 28 https://youtu.be/wBi20o5LoYg via @YouTube
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9404 East Marginal Way South Seattle, WA 98108
9404 East Marginal Way SouthUSWASeattle98108
(206) 764-5700museumofflight.org
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The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, attracting more than 500,000 visitors annually. The Museum's collection includes over 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn®—the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co., the original papers of the Wright brothers, and the one-of-a-kind NASA Space Shuttle Trainer, used to train every space shuttle astronaut since the inception of the program.
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Large educational museum with aircraft & space vehicles on display, historical exhibits & more.- Google
"Has JFK's air force one, and a number of historic aircraft."
"Full Motion Flight simulator in a very low price!"
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Kyrtin Atreides
in the last week
This place is well worth going once, but probably best on the first Thursday of the month after 5 PM for "Free Museum Day". I went with a group of friends and we managed to get the very last parking spot in the auxiliary parking lot, it was packed full of people. If you can't stand the crowds, paying the entrance fee on a different day and perhaps during more unusual hours might be the way to go. They had interesting planes of all kinds, including a supersonic jet and 747 that you can tour, along with a mock-up of a space shuttle and a big collection of various war planes. It's a big place with a lot to see, and anyone who loves museums can spend some hours here quite easily.
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Major Hayden
a week ago
This is a great place for adults and kids. There are plenty of interactive exhibits and amazing planes to learn about. There is a great section on space travel with plenty of structures to walk through. The Lockheed Electra was an awesome sight!
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Hassan Deen
4 weeks ago
I've been going here for nearly 18 years and I am still excited to go come back the next time. So much to see and do. Great activities for youth and amazing exhibits and lessons for others. There ability to walk inside the old 707 Air force 1 or the first 747 is amazing because you really appreciate a display.
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Randy Pargman
a month ago
On the first Thursday of every month, admission is free from 5pm to 9pm. It is crowded on those evenings but worth a visit. The new "Above and Beyond" exhibit (through September 10, 2016) is an outstanding interactive space for kids. Ages 6 through 13 will probably like it best. Four people can stand on a mat in front of a large screen and move their bodies to control birds flying in formation on the screen (it's like being a bird). There is another simulator that lets you fly a jet through hoops in the sky to try to achieve supersonic flight. Just above that space, don't miss the air traffic control tower, with live displays of real aircraft radar positions, and a great view of aircraft taking off and landing on the runway outside. We were treated to stories from a volunteer docent who is also a pilot, explaining all the things we were looking at.
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Madison Koehn
2 weeks ago
Our group of 10 visited the museum on July 3. We got there right at opening time and it was great! I'd recommend getting there earlier rather than later because the lines are short. Please be aware- if you are wearing a dress or skirt, you will not be allowed in the space training module simulator! We learned this the hard way and were quite disappointed. The WWII exhibits were fascinating and PLEASE visit the Quonset Hut Movie Theater. The films were incredible and SO educational! We really enjoyed the Design Your Own Jet station as well. The kids had fun racing their jets through the test course! The 360 flight simulators were great and definitely worth the money. Please take enough time to tour the various aircraft available for walk through! We especially enjoyed the knowledgeable volunteers stationed throughout the aircrafts and the museum.
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Ashley Gould
in the last week
If you like planes, this is the place for you. In the covered outdoor hanger, we were able to walk through new and older planes. The indoor exhibits have enough WWI and WW2 history and planes for a history buff, and the exhibits were well laid out. This is a stop that would appeal to all ages.
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Deep P
2 months ago
Amazing collection. Set up might be confusing. Talk to great volunteer guides who will tell you how to go around without missing things to see. We went in thinking we will be done in 1-2 hrs, but it took 4 hours just to walk around without much reading of labels. Must see in Seattle if you are interested in flying things. Simulators are fun and worth the small price. Docents and volunteers are very very knowledgeable about the displays.
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Corey Thrasher
3 months ago
Impressive collection from the dawn of aviation till now, with special emphasis on WWI and WWII planes and, of course, several Boeing models. Concorde and Kennedy's Air Force One are here, which you can board. The museum is a bit of a hike from downtown Seattle, but well worth the trip. I've been here twice (so far) and have loved it both times. The flight simulator allows inversions and was fun to ride, though pricey.