Exhibits

Open Daily, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Admission FREE 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM the first Thursday of every month.



Home Beyond Earth

On June 8, 2024, the Museum premieres Home Beyond Earth, an immersive new exhibition that goes to the heart of the human experience of living in space. 

Untold Stories: World War II at 75

The Museum of Flight commemorates the end of the War using artifacts and records from the Museum’s collection we highlight the stories of lesser-known, diverse people who lived and died during the war years.

APOLLO

Capturing the Drama of the Space Race Featuring the First Public Display of a Rocket Engine that Launched Apollo to the Moon.

Kids Flight Zone

Explore our children's play area located in the Side Gallery, adjacent to the Great Gallery.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

An open-air park paying tribute to Vietnam Veterans, featuring the iconic B-52G Stratofortress, Returning Airman statue, and tribute wall.

Vietnam Divided: 
War Above Southeast Asia

The newest permanent installation in the Museum’s T.A. Wilson Great Gallery focuses specifically on the air war above Southeast Asia that ran from...

Safety by Design

The J. Kenneth Higgins Aviation Safety Exhibit, Safety by Design, explores the evolution of safety in commercial aviation and is located throughout...

737 Airliner Theater

Board a US Air Boeing 737 and relax in business class--be sure to check out the on-board videos and see the actual cockpit up close.

Bush Pilots of Alaska

Aviation has played a critical role in the lives of Alaska’s people and the development of the region. Due to the vast and often harsh...

Cockpits

Pilot an SR-71 Blackbird or an F/A-18 HornetThe Cockpits exhibit in the Museum's Great Gallery invites visitors to climb into the cockpit of a real...

Holtgrewe WWI Model Collection

World War I –previously called "the Great War"– began less than eleven years after the Wright Brothers made their first flight at Kitty Hawk, North...

Holtgrewe WWII Model Collection

Although it lasted only a few years, World War II involved hundreds of different types of aircraft and was the most prolific period of airplane...

Inspiring Rockets

The exhibit Inspiring Rockets explores the influence model rocketry has had in shaping the lives of young enthusiasts since the beginning of the...

T. Evans Wyckoff Memorial Bridge

Visitors crossing the T. Evans Wyckoff Memorial Bridge are immersed in a unique and pleasurable acoustic experience as they walk along the...

Sky-bots: A Look at Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Though Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly called “drones”, have been around since the earliest days of aviation, their use increased...

Spaceflight Academy

Spaceflight Academy Explores the Science of SpaceflightExploration is in our nature. We began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still. We have...

The Tower at Boeing Field

The Tower's interactive exhibits engage visitors in the many ways air traffic controllers keep air travelers safe in the busy skies. Visitors can...

Via Air Mail: America Takes Flight

In retrospect, passenger air travel may seem like a natural result of the birth of aviation. However, in the earliest days of powered flight,...