The Seattle Flight Museum is home to a wide range of aircraft, educational exhibits, and historical sites related to flight. The outdoor gallery features the largest aircraft in the collection, including Concorde, the first Air Force One jet, as well as military aircraft such as the Flying Fortress B-17F. The Inner Grand Gallery provides viewers with many planes suspended during flight, while the Lear and Space Galleries focus on space travel, both its history and future. History buffs will especially love the personal courage wing dedicated to commemorating the important role of aviation in World War I and World War II. The exhibits include 28 restored fighters, personal stories of pilots and air support personnel, and interactive experiences like a flight simulator.
Those who are hijacked by modern aircraft will want to take a Boeing tour in Seattle, a convenient way to visit the company's facility. The tour includes transportation to and from the plant, a 90-minute tour of the assembly plant, and many of the site's exhibits.
Official website: www.museumofflight.org