The Museum of Flight seeks to accommodate all the needs and wants of all our guests to support comfortable and convenient experiences. We encourage you to contact us with questions, suggestions, or to share your experience as a Museum guest with a disability, we encourage you to contact or call us at 206-764-5720.

Physical Accessibility

The Museum is fully ADA-compliant, all exhibits and galleries are fully wheelchair-accessible (including restrooms) and courtesy wheelchairs are available for use. Our 3D movies are captioned, when available (please check listings). Accessible parking is available for both the East and West campus locations.

Please see our visitor guide for location of parking, galleries, and other amenities.

Download Visitor Guide

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome at the Museum. Service animals are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Pets and emotional support animals are not considered service animals and are not allowed.


We offer free admission to any caregiver accompanying a visitor with a disability.


Benches are located throughout the Museum.

Courtesy Wheelchairs

The Museum is fully ADA-compliant, all exhibits and galleries are fully wheelchair accessible. Our visitor services team is happy to provide the wheelchair, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Noise Reduction Earmuffs

Noise Reduction Earmuffs for use during Museum visits are available to checkout at the Admission Desk, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Audio Guides

Audio guides are available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian, French and German.

  • All Visitors $5
  • 2 or more $3 each
  • AAA Discount $3 each

Sensory Days

Sensory Days at The Museum of Flight are a free program for adults and families of children, teenagers and young adults with disabilities including intellectual disabilities, autism, sensory processing disorders and other cognitive disabilities. On select mornings or afternoons, pre-registered guests can visit the Museum before it opens or after it is closed to the public, where they can explore and self-guide through galleries with adjusted light and sound.

Learn More about Sensory Days

Tours for the Blind

We offer curated tours for our Museum guests who are blind or low-vision. Specially trained Docents will take you right next to planes on exhibit to learn about aircraft shapes, lines, designs and features by touching airplane models and real aircraft in our collection. The Docent also tells the histories and provides visual descriptions of the artifacts on display in the gallery.

Learn More about Tours for the Blind

Social Narrative

Our Social Narrative is a resource for guests on the autism spectrum who may benefit from descriptions and pictures that show what a typical visit to The Museum of Flight is like. If you, your child, or someone else in your group would benefit from this resource, you may download our Social Narrative as a PDF below.

Download Social Narrative PDF

Website Accessibility

The Museum of Flight is committed to providing a website that is accessible to everyone. To further this commitment, we have taken steps to improve our website following Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, Level AA, which provides standards for making content more accessible for all visitors, including people with disabilities.

This commitment is endorsed by Ablr, an accessibility company who employs and utilizes people who are blind and visually impaired in providing audits, training and consulting for all digital content. Learn more on the Ablr website.

External Link to Ablr Accessibility Audit Badge Page