Presenting the world’s largest and most important display of Boeing planes and artifacts! Recognizing The Boeing Company’s 2016 centennial, the Museum has drawn upon its unrivaled collection of Boeing Company aircraft, images and documents to tell the dramatic story of this aerospace giant throughout the entire museum.

The Boeing Timeline

This new exhibit in the T.A. Wilson Great Gallery highlights Boeing’s major milestones. The featured attraction is a replica of a 1930s Boeing P-26, America’s first all-metal fighter aircraft.

The Red Barn

Boeing’s original factory, affectionately called The Red Barn, abounds in vivid exhibits taking you from the company’s earliest days making wooden planes, to the 1950s and its first jetliners.

Above and Beyond

The Above and Beyond summer exhibition celebrates the power of innovation. Packed with interactive challenges, vehicle concept models and prototypes, immersive media presentations, and inspiring innovator stories, this globe-trotting exhibit invites you to experience what it takes to make dreams take flight.

The Boeing Aircraft

Nowhere else will you see so many of Boeing’s most significant planes. From the 1930s P-12 fighter to today’s 787 Dreamliner, and including Boeing Heritage aircraft like the World War II P-51 Mustang, each has a Boeing Centennial guidepost to help guide your tour of the planes throughout the galleries and grounds.


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