Love flying? Now you can tour the factory where they build and test the famous Boeing aircraft, the world's number one aerospace company! This amazing 1.5-hour small-group tour showcases the magnificent 747, 767, 777 aircraft used worldwide and the Dreamliner which is currently in production, all housed here in the world's largest building. Book now for an experience unique to Seattle!
- 1.5-hour guided tour of Seattle's Boeing factory
- Guided factory tour
- See 747, 767, 777 and Dreamliner aircraft
- Largest building in the world
- Future of Flight interpretive center and Boeing Tour
- Transfers included from downtown Seattle hotels
Recent Photos of this Tour
Future of Flight Aviation ...Photo by: John CUSA, 11 2010
Future of Flight buildingPhoto by: John CUSA, 11 2010
IMG_1460Photo by: Sally S07 2012
549180_3751933486059_150805923 ...Photo by: Michael P05 2012
398998_3751931526010_150805923 ...Photo by: Michael P05 2012
529295_3751934446083_150805923 ...Photo by: Michael P05 2012
The Boeing store filled with ...Photo by: John CUSA, 11 2010
Start of the tour inside the ...Photo by: John CUSA, 11 2010
Lots of planes to watchPhoto by: John CUSA, 11 2010
Space NeedlePhoto by: Valerie PUnited Kingdom, 08 2010
The small-group Seattle Boeing Factory Tour starts when your professionally trained driver picks you up from your hotel. Once aboard, your driver will share some quirky and interesting facts about the Pacific Northwest. All drivers are happy to answer any of your questions, so ask away!
Once you arrive at the Boeing factory, you will be escorted on an informative and fun tour of the Boeing plant by Boeing representatives. You'll see where Boeing's 747, 767, 777 and Dreamliner aircraft are manufactured in the largest building in the world by volume.
On the Boeing flight line, you will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world. Also visit the new Future of Flight interpretive center to experience the marvel of commercial jet aviation and production.
Visitors come from every walk of life and from every region of the globe, all with a common interest - to see the number one aerospace leader in the world: Boeing.
Note that the tour involves a walk of one-third of a mile, and some steep stairs.
Reviewed by PHILLIP S, Australia, May 2013
If you see nothing else in Seattle this tour is a must - what a monument to American industry !! The sheer size of the buildings and the complexity of the aircraft production process is almost overpowering. Extremely good value - don't miss it !!
Reviewed by Teresa S, March 2013
AMAZING assembly line production!