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My brother, Tim, flew Chinook helicopters in Viet Nam and then for the California Air National Guard for 26 years. He was, and it, my hero
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9404 East Marginal Way South Seattle, WA 98108
9404 East Marginal Way SouthUSWASeattle98108
(206) 764-5720museumofflight.org
Museum, Museum of Space History
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Museum of Space History
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Today 10AM–5PM
Saturday 10AM–5PMSunday 10AM–5PMMonday 10AM–5PMTuesday 10AM–5PMWednesday 10AM–5PMThursday 10AM–5PMFriday 10AM–5PM
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Large educational museum with aircraft & space vehicles on display, historical exhibits & more.- Google
"Also home to Hops & Props, one of my favorite beer events of the year."
"Now food prices are ok but what caught me off was the 2.50 for a can of soda."
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Edward O'Beirne
a month ago
The most comprehensive aerospace museum I've been to outside of Smithsonian. The full-scale real planes are the best treat. If you ever drooled over the idea of just walking up to a 787 at the airport, this is your place. Add to that a 747, Concorde, Constellation, and many others and you'll be in heaven. Surprisingly good space travel exhibit. All kinds of warbirds and civilian stuff. Free parking and easy freeway access a bonus. I've been twice and would go again for sure.
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Kyrtin Atreides
2 months ago
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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Ryan Steans
2 weeks ago
One of the best aviation museums I've been to, with the added bonus of the connections to Boeing. Spent about seven hours here, total, once we realized we had shorted ourselves on time and what we wanted to see on Day 1. Great information and context on written placards, but the docents are friendly and knowledgeable. Also, recommend taking in one of their short films.
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timothy kirby
a month ago
If you love aviation then you have to stop here. Great for families too! Awesome selection of aircraft from all generations and great displays. Definitely somewhere I will visit again.
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Dawn Allynn
2 weeks ago
We spent two hours here and it wasn't enough! We had a great time. So much history and information packed in here, and a few flight simulators to make it really fun. Even the kids might have fun. And the gift shop! Whoa! I actually had to stop myself from spending more!
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Danny Sanchez
2 weeks ago
My family has a membership.......we go about once a week.......just to see what is new......we love the kids area.....they can play ON all of the airplanes in the kids area......then they can look at the others......they have an area for every age of child......from infants to the elderly.......everywhere is (what I call stroller accessible) wheelchair accessible..... We love to take out of owners.....visitors......friends......and family.......it's the best.......rain or shine......any time of year......and it is educational.......
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Kevin Osicki
a month ago
Fantastic museum and a highlight from my trip to Seattle. A wonderful look at the flight industry from the very beginning to the space age. There were lots of staff and volunteers that day answering questions and chatting with visitors. The museum felt very accessible for all levels of interest and informative in its wide variety of exhibits to keep guests interested and entertained. It was a photographers delight as well with lots of excellent restorations to take pictures of. Plan to check it out you will enjoy it.
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Bill Merrow
a week ago
Fantastic museum covering air and space flight from the earliest Wright brothers days to now. Has a lot of Boeing history covered as well. Includes mockups or training versions of an SR71 and the space shuttle. Also covers Russian space flight.