• Seattle, West Campus

Seattle, West Campus

Space Gallery

In 2007, The Museum of Flight, in partnership with SRG Partnership architects, Sellen Construction Company engineers, and Seneca Group, designed our new Space Gallery facility with a 15,500-square-foot gallery.

Our space exhibit master plan includes multisensory exhibits that emphasize stories from the visionaries, designers, pilots, and crews of the Space Shuttle and are designed to educate and inspire all ages.

About the Kenneth H. Dahlberg Center for Military Aviation History

If you have questions about research or donations, please contact us at 206.764.5874 or curator@museumofflight.org.

The Museum of Flight's Library and Archives exists to supports the mission of The Museum of Flight by acquiring and preserving documentary materials of air and space flight. These materials include a wide range of visual and textual resources, many emphasizing the technical aspects of air- and spacecraft and their propulsion systems.

The Museum of Flight Airpark

Walk among the giants of aviation in the Museum of Flight's Airpark currently home to America's First jet Air Force One, the very first 747, the original 737, a Boeing 727, the sleek Concorde, and a Lockheed Super-G Constellation.

Take a closer look at some of these giants, and climb aboard Air Force One and Concorde.

Admission for Airpark can be purchased in the main Museum building or in the Charles Simonyi Space Gallery, adjacent to the Airpark.

New: Tour the 747!