The Museum of Flight

Science Museum, History Museum
9404 E Marginal Way S (at 96th Pl)
Tukwila, WA 98108
(206) 764-5700
Monday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 5:00pm

Tips

  • After a 30 year career training crews for every shuttle mission, NASA's FFT (Full Fuselage Trainer) is leaving its home at the Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas, bound for The Museum of Flight!
  • On a sunny day its fun to grab some lunch at the museum cafe; watch the planes take off and land from the patio! Also; don't forget to visit the concord across the street!
  • It's almost 10 years ago that I was here but it's feels like a memory of yesterday and I can't wait to come back again! What a marvelous great collection all brought together in one place. Visit!!
  • If you love planes as much as I do, this is the place for you!!! The history of flight and actual planes. Cannot be beat unless your on the east coast!
  • First Thursday of month the museum is FREE! 5-9pm
  • Check out the museum's own Air Force One and Concorde. Play pilot with flight simulators. Take a vintage biplane ride w/ Olde Thyme Aviation for aerial views of Seattle.
  • MUST SEE the Concorde and the shuttle trainer. Unlike the various shuttles around the country, you can go inside the trainer!
  • Outstanding. Bring a picnic tables are provided outside the museum
  • Admission is free from 5pm-9pm on the first Thursday of each month.Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • use your aaa card for $3 off
  • B17 here for the memorial weekend
  • First 747and only Concorde in the us. A must for anyone into planes.
  • Free admission the first Thursday of every month 5-9pm. Lots of fun!!
  • Watch out! Men like this museum so much that you run the risk of never getting out...
  • Saw one of first 787s take off after FAA cleared for battery test. Man, the length of that extension cord!
  • What an amazing venue for a private party. Going to come back to explore the whole museum
  • Don't miss the hands-on cockpit of an SR-71 Blackbird the fastest plane in the world.
  • Watch Time Flies: A Century of Flight while lounging in business class of a Boeing 737!
  • Did you know? Man has been fascinated by flight for thousands of years. The earliest flying machine was the kite, invented in China in 1000 BC.
  • check out the play area if the kids get too restless. Big mural of Seattle nearby perfect is perfect phot op.

Nearby places

9404 E Marginal Way S