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Calling all artists!! The Museum of Flight is launching a 50th Anniversary project called Astronauts on the Town! The project features 25 six-foot fiberglass astronaut statues designed by local artists. The statues will be displayed in a variety of different public locations within the greater Seattle area during the spring and summer of 2015. A great project for an artist interested in building their portfolio (a supply stipend is provided). To submit a proposal please see the following link. Proposals are due on April 17!

http://www.museumofflight.org/astronauts
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+The Museum of Flight Ok, thanks! :) I may enter then! :)

BTW, you guys are awesome, the MoF is one of my favorite places to go in the world! 
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It just doesn't get better than this! Today with Dragon.
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Sure doesn't if you are spending time with your baby.
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The Seattle Times was here yesterday. Please check out their great photos!
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Sunday, January 11, 2015. Kids' Flight Zone at Museum of Flight. "Wow, we're going so high!" says mom Rebecca Lally as her daughter Lauren, 4, handles the flying in a Scorpion Too helicopter at the Kids' Flight Zone section at the Museum of Flight on Sunday. The museum is open seven days a week, ...
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Lots of rain in the Northwest today, so our thoughts went to float planes. We took a look up at the at the fine wood pontoons on the Museum's replica 1916 Boeing B&W. http://ow.ly/i/89UPa http://ow.ly/i/89UQ6 http://ow.ly/i/89UQn
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26 years ago this Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard joined our collection!
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Every day, we have tails to tell!
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+Aaron Adams they're going to make a huge hangar in the gravel parking lot next to my school (RAHS) and we're going to have our own private entrance, not to mention that they will probably bring in the comet into the airpark
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The Museum of Flight lobby looking luminous right now.
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Awesome
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The Museum's Education Team really gets around. Now they're in back in Qatar! http://ow.ly/Hk9Cu
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We just can't get enough of the Blackbird. Have a look at this video! http://ow.ly/GSTYj
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Astronaut pauses to compose a special wish list for Santa:

Aircraft and spacecraft, little toys for us all.
Happy takeoffs and landings with never a fall.

Peaceful times through the darkness,
Peaceful passages through light.
Merry people we call,
And to all a good flight.
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9404 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98108
9404 East Marginal Way SouthUSWashingtonSeattle98108
(206) 764-5720museumofflight.org
Tourist Attraction, Museum of Space HistoryToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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
"Space exhibit was also cool; lots of information about space living."
"Full Motion Flight simulator in a very low price!"
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4 months ago
Absolutely loved this place, from the exhibits to the staff. I had so much fun, I would give it 7 stars if I could. The best part for me was seeing an SR-71 in person and sitting in the replica cockpit of one, as well as seeing the inside and outside of the Concorde. I have always adored the Concorde so this was an unforgettable experience. Seeing a real Air Force One was a great way to experience a piece of aviation history, too. Space exhibit was also cool; lots of information about space living. It took me well over three hours to tour the entire place because I was reading majority of the placards. Definitely recommend a visit.
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Pablo Costa Tirado
3 months ago
If this is not the best museum about flight in the world, should be near. Is huge, full of experts explaining things, has a lot of tours... Wonderful. We spent here at least five hours but we felt like we could spend two days. We are not fans of the matter and that's the reason 5-6 hours was enough for us, but if I were a fan probably I'd be here two days. There are two expositions about space exploration, one about WWI and another about WWII, one expo about the begging of flight, another about boing, another big room about the history of planes, another room where you can enter in different planes like an Air Force One, Concorde, 787 Dreamliner... This museum is a six stars museum. The only bad thing here is the restaurant/cafe. Is horrible. Bring your own food.
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Anthony Capece
6 months ago
Great Museum However, I was disappointed that Air Force One exhibit was closed when I arrived. They should post things like that on the website. Not that I would not have gone, but I wouldn't have been disappointed when I found out after I paid. staff was super friendly and helpful. The Dreamliner walk thru was really cool.
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Kyle Levy
6 months ago
One of the best collections of civilian and military aircraft, along with spacecraft I've ever seen in one place, perhaps only topped by the Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum's annex in Dulles, VA. I'm especially fond of the airliners they have parked outside, which include a 787 (ZA003), B-29, Concorde, the world's first 747, SAM 970 (Air Force One), 737-100, 727-200 and a Lockheed Super Constellation, among others. Most of these you can walk through, which makes for an unforgettable experience.
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Bharathy Selvaraj
a month ago
Awesome place to visit.... I arrived late to this place around 4pm...since I planned it in the last minute.... So didnt get the chance to enjoy everything....you need atleast 3 hours for a fulfilling experience... But the experience is unforgetttable... I am even thinking of visiting on the first Thursday of next month (5pm - 7pm)... when the admission is free... :) IMPORTANT: There is an outdoor unit where planes are parked (B-17 Bombers, Air Force One etc...) The viewing hours for outdoor unit ends at 4 pm. The viewing hours for indoor unit ends at 5 pm.... So plan accordingly.... Dont jump-in at the last minute and regret it later...
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I went to The Museum of Flight with the 5th graders. I went to The Museum of Flight with the 8th graders.
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Дмитрий Бережной
5 months ago
Superexciting! Flight and space exploration history exhibitions are so inspiring and educating. Step into Number One and the-fastest-passenger-plane-in-the-world (Concord). Won't spoil anymore, just dedicate a whole day and pay a visit.
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Vahid Jannesar
11 months ago
Awesome collection of early flyers, WWI & WWII, Cold War, first Boeing factory, amazing NASA stuff like space shuttle, US section of international space station, capsules, moon car, ... Kids fun and educational activities! Full Motion Flight simulator in a very low price! It's only open from 10am-4pm, yet lots of stuff to see. Definitely a must go for the whole family!!!