Private Event Spaces
Make your next business meeting, dinner, wedding or luncheon more exciting by inviting your guests to The Museum of Flight. Not only will your event be held in a one of a kind atmosphere, but all of your guests will be given access to this spectacular collection of artifacts celebrating flight from the Wright Brothers to Mars. We can accommodate events ranging from a Board meeting for 10 all the way up to receptions for 2,500 guests. Featuring exclusive catering by McCormick & Schmick’s.
Call us at 206.764.5706 or contact the Private Events Department to plan your next event.
All spaces have Wi-Fi access.
The Lockwood Boardroom is an ideal setting for a high profile business meeting. The large inlaid cherry wood table, leather conference chairs, and rear-projection capabilities make for a handsome, professional event.
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Adjacent to the WIlliam M. Allen Theater with stage access, high oval ceiling, and tall windows opening to a view of Boeing Field, the Weyerhaeuser Room is the perfect pre-event space or green room.
The William M. Allen Theater is perfect for a large audio-visual presentation. Equipped with Dolby® sound capabilities, video or data projection, and a digital 3-D projector, our Technical Services staff can help make your presentation memorable.
Adjacent to the Skyline Room, the fully equipped Stuart D. Knopp Barnstormer Lounge, with its balcony view of Boeing Field, provides an excellent area for a business lunch, bride's room, a small VIP reception, or an intimate dinner.
A 58,000 square-foot addition to the museum, the two floors of the Personal Courage Wing contain dramatic, interactive exhibits highlighting twenty-eight stunning World War I and World II fighter planes. The Personal Courage Wing is an utterly unique and exciting reception space for up to 1,000 guests.
The Side Gallery is adjacent to the Museum's Great Gallery. Guests may visit our space exhibit and the Tower, a full-scale replica of an air traffic control tower. A reception or dinner with dancing allows your guests the opportunity to stroll among the exhibits of the Great Gallery.
The View Lounge features a black marble wet bar, maroon leather seating group and views of Mt. Rainier and Boeing Field. The View Lounge may be divided into north and south rooms, creating two convenient areas for meetings and/or socializing.
Located in the historic Red Barn, the Northwest
AeroClub Room is a great space for birthday parties or small business meetings.
With bright windows and warm wood floors, this is a very versatile space.
The Skyline Room, with its burgundy carpet and light wood trim, provides an elegant, contemporary atmosphere for any function. This room includes an exterior balcony, private elevator, and views of Boeing Field and the Seattle skyline.
Airy and opulent, the six-story glass-enclosed gallery is graced with awe-inspiring aircraft bathed in natural light. The perfect venue for the most glamorous events, the Great Gallery affords your guests the opportunity to mingle among historic planes and even dine beneath the wings of the iconic Blackbird spy plane.
The Red Barn, with its warm wood tones and historic exhibits, reflects the romantic early days of aviation. There is a warmth and a human scale to the simple, turn-of-the-century post-and-beam architecture, while multiple sets of wooden mullioned windows and skylights bring in natural light.
The Charles Simonyi Space Gallery is the Museum’s spectacular new building dedicated to the adventure of spaceflight from the 1980s to the present. The centerpiece of this 15,000 square-foot exhibit is the NASA Space Shuttle Trainer – a unique, full-scale mockup of the space shuttle that was used for over 30 years by every shuttle astronaut.