The Restoration Center and Reserve Collection is currently closed for public tours. We apologize for any inconvenience.


The Museum of Flight's Restoration Center & Reserve Collection at Paine Field is a 23,000-square-foot site where thousands of volunteer hours are devoted to renovating and restoring aircraft to exhibition quality. Every project at the Restoration Center & Reserve Collection is a labor of love, sometimes requiring several years to complete even with about 50 volunteers working on between 3-5 projects at any given time, all year round.

Through Restoration Tours, visitors are welcome to walk around the aircraft and talk to the volunteers at the Restoration Center & Reserve Collection, but should keep in mind that it is a working hanger so monitoring safety is important.

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The Museum of Flight Restoration Center & Reserve Collection

2909 100th St. SW
Everett, WA 98204

Ph: 425.745.5150


Take Interstate 5 to Exit 186.
Go west on 128 th, which turns into Airport Road.
Turn left at 100 th St. SW.
See the Restoration Center & Reserve Collection on your right with a Learjet 23 parked on the lawn.
All parking is FREE in the lot.

Getting Involved

Donors and volunteers make the restoration of these incredible aircraft happen. Annually, the Museum acquires 2-4 new air or space craft and has ongoing restorations of an additional 12 major historical artifacts—we are always accepting aircraft, artifacts and help!

All contributions underwrite acquisitions and support restorations.

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Donate an Aircraft or Artifact