Just 25 miles north of Seattle, you can visit Boeing’s Future of Flight Aviation Center. Watch 747s, 777s, and 787 Dreamliners come to life, and learn all about the technology, materials, and humans behind them. Extend your tour with a visit to one of the campus’s two restaurants: Diamond Knot and Ivar’s.
This interactive exhibit allows you to digitally design your own aircraft. For an additional $8, you can take a virtual ride in the Innovator, and explore distant areas and times.
In the center’s Family Zone, kids are encouraged to experience and reimagine flight. Let your little ones create their own aircrafts using Legos, or practice taking off and landing using the center’s kid-sized, interactive airport.
What does moving away from fossil fuels mean for the airline industry? Will planes ever be able to run on solar energy? Learn more about the future of jet fuel in this new, forward-looking exhibit.
Original Boeing Airplane Company building at the Museum Of Flight in Seattle