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Flight Simulators at The Museum of Flight | Photo: Christian Bouchez

Flight Simulators

Simulators are also available for your private functions and group visit. Book your Private Event today!

Experience Flight Without Leaving the Ground!

Premium Simulator Experiences:

Featuring the new i360 Flight Simulator

Our all-new i360 flight simulators offer state-of-the-art motion control and high-performance visuals and sound and immerses riders in realism. It is a fully interactive and intensely fun experience where a "pilot" and "gunner" can engage in simulated air combat via individual joystick controls.

You can chose from 9 different aircraft from WWI, WWII and modern jets!

Experience 360° barrel rolls in this thrilling ride.

General Admission:   $8
Members   $7
Additional Ride:   $6

 

The 3-D 13-Seat 4D-X ride

In the 13-seat 4D-X simulator, participants experience exciting 3D graphics and plenty of motion.

Featuring AIRFIGHTER; Join a team of recruits for an intense air fighter training. Your mission: get in your aircraft and chase down an advanced flying robot. Roger that? Good luck on your mission!

 

Adults:   $7
Members / Youth:   $6
School Programs:   $5
Additional Ride:   $3.50

 

For Young Pilots - The Voyager Simuator

Located in our Flight Zone, the Voyager Simulator it is aimed at the 4-11 age range with automatic mode or manually using the onboard joystick. The Voyager is fitted with stereo sound, widescreen monitor, and flashing lights.

 

 

Other Simulators:

  • Try your hand on our hang gliders in the Flight Zone, a favorite with kids where you sit in a hang gliding harness and try to land as close as you can to a target.
  • In our Space Gallery you'll have an opportunity to pilot an Apollo lunar lander or bring the Space Shuttle home after a mission orbiting the Earth.
  • In the Personal Courage Wing's WWI gallery, try flying a WWI bi-plane.
  • Lastly, match skills with an astronaut as you try to link up with the Hubble Space Telescope in our Manned Manuevering Unit simulators in the Rendezvous in Space: A Tribute to Pete Conrad exhibit.