Museum of Flight
Museum of Flight
Museum of Flight

Museum of Flight Tours and Tickets

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Seattle has a long history of aviation innovation. It’s here that the first Boeing aircraft was assembled and the company headquartered for decades. At the Museum of Flight, aircraft enthusiasts can trace the history of aviation from the Wright brothers through modern space exploration and air travel.

  • 9404 E Marginal Way South, Seattle, Washington, 98108

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Charles_B, Nov 2023
Fun
My daughter and I went yesterday as a homeschool field trip. We had a great time. My only issue was some of the activities were closed for various reasons.
ANIL_K, Sep 2023
A visit to Museum of Flight
My visit to Museum of Flight was facilitated by using reward points I earned by my earlier Vancouver day trip. This added more happiness to museum's visit. This is a must do activity while on a trip to Seattle and I discovered Viator as a big facilitator during my visit. Highly recommend 👌 👍
Maurice_L, Oct 2023
Awesome tour guide
Very impressive flight museum lots of amazing history lots of amazing classic air planes and fingers jets and planes
Robert_A, Sep 2023
It takes a full day to see and absorb all of displays
The Museum of Flight takes a full day to absorb the entire layout. It was Excellent the amount and quality of aviation information the Museum provided.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Museum of Flight tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Museum of Flight can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Museum of Flight 2024?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Museum of Flight costs USD 26.00. Guided Museum of Flight tours start around USD 26.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Do you need to book in advance to visit the Museum of Flight?
A:Yes, you should book tickets for the Museum of Flight in advance. While buying tickets onsite is possible, the museum has limited capacity and sometimes sells out. Booking Museum of Flight tickets in advance ensures you won't miss one of the United States' most significant air and space collections.
Q:Is the Museum of Flight accessible?
A:Yes, the Museum of Flight is accessible. All galleries, exhibits, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible, with accessible parking available at East and West Campus locations. Service animals are welcome, and 3D movies are captioned whenever possible. Courtesy wheelchairs and noise-reduction earmuffs are available for use at the front desk.
Q:What is the best day to visit the Museum of Flight?
A:The Museum of Flight is open seven days a week, and there's no bad time to come. Weekends are the museum's busiest time, but the galleries are rarely overcrowded or difficult to access. On the first Thursday of each month, admission to the museum is free during the evening hours.
Q:Can you go in planes at the Museum of Flight?
A:Yes, you can go inside planes at the Museum of Flight. The museum's Aviation Pavilion has several planes that are accessible to visitors. Highlights of the interactive collection include an Air Force One, a FedEx Boeing 727 freighter, and the only supersonic Concorde airliner on the West Coast.
Q:How long can I stay at the Museum of Flight?
A:You can spend all day at the Museum of Flight if you want to. Some visitors walk through the museum in about an hour, but aviation fans may wish to spend much longer. If you hope to explore all permanent and rotating museum exhibits, plan on a 3–4 hour visit.
Q:Can I bring my dog to the Museum of Flight?
A:Only service animals are allowed at the Museum of Flight. They can enter all museum galleries and exhibits—specially trained dogs that assist visitors with disabilities are welcome. Emotional support animals and pets are not considered service animals and are not allowed inside the museum. That means Fido stays home.