We're Reopening (again) March 4!

New regular hours 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Thursdays thru Sundays will begin on Thursday, March 4. Online tickets available now!

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Due to opening restrictions, all visitors aged 5 and up are required to wear face coverings. Check out our new visitor guidelines to see how we've prepared for your safe visit and to know what to expect when you arrive.

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Please note that some areas are closed for safety, this may include indoor and outdoor experiences. Temporary closures include: Tower Exhibit, Flight Zone, Great Gallery Cockpits, French Farmhouse (in the WWI Gallery), Space Shuttle Trainer - Crew Compartment & Rear Theater, Aviation Pavilion Kidport, Pavilion Café, Simulators (i360, 4DX and Spacequest VR) and the Alaska Airlines Aerospace Education Center.

Aircraft closures include: Concorde and 727.
Aviation Pavilion will open 1 hour later at 11:00 AM.

We are not currently offering Free First Thursdays due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Untold Stories: World War II at 75

The Museum of Flight commemorates the end of the War with artifacts and records from the Museum’s collection we highlight the stories of lesser-known, diverse people who lived and died during the war years.

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Apollo Exhibit

An exhibit capturing the drama of the Space Race featuring the first public display of a rocket engine that launched Apollo to the moon.

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

Featuring our B-52G Stratofortress, a memorial statue, and a tribute wall with personalized plaques from people honoring the veterans in their lives.

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Regular Events

Weekly Aerospace Updates

The latest news in astronomy, aviation, and space.

Currently on Hiatus until we reopen. Check the link for our playlist of recorded updates.

Upcoming Events

Connections Space Shuttle Full Fuselage Tour

Join us for this virtual tour!

March 6, 2021

Member Exclusive—Storytelling Live!

Women in Aviation During WWII

March 16, 2021
6:00 PM

Flying the Virtual Skies Episode Two

Episode Two: Boeing 707

March 20, 2021
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM