It was heavily raining when we visited the factory.
The weather was not good, but the factory was very exciting place.
You had better visit there if you have time.
This was seriously good. Our guide on the way to and from the factory was very knowledgeable and the tour guide at Boeing was also very good. Fascinating experience.
a good tour,I had done the same tour a few years before and was happy to do it again.Tour guide in the van was great he talked at a million miles per hour but seemed to love his job
One of the most magnificent places I've ever been to. It's amazing to see what humans are capable of and this Boeing tour showed me things of size and scale beyond my imagination.
This tour is worth every penny. I learned so much during this tour and really changed my way of looking at planes and flying in general. Now every time I get into a plane, this place comes to mind and I think of everything that went into making such remarkable machines.
100 recommend this place to everyone visiting Seattle, since chances are you most likely flew a Boeing once in your life.
Highlight of our overseas trip. Experience from hotel pick up to drop off was faultless.
Carlton is great. It turned out I'm the only one on the tour. Carlton gave me many useful information about the city. Thank you.
We really enjoyed our tour Dan was a very cordial and informative host!
picked up from the hotel on time and the tour of the Boeing factory was very informative and if you love planes you will love this tour.
Very interesting tour. Boeing certainly look after their guests and give them a very close look at their assembly lines.
This was a great experience. Pick up and delivery were flawless and our driver was a great character who told us a lot about Seattle.
Dan was an excellent guide, not only telling us about the history of Boeing but also many interesting facts about the city of Seattle.
LOVED the Boeing factory tour. This was my favorite activity on my recent trip to Seattle. I could have spent the whole day at the factory, but I understand why it is not possible. Security and safety are a priority. The tour guides were friendly and knowledgeable. The bus driver that drove us to the plant was born and raised in Seattle. He pointed out many great things about the city along the way. The lady who guided our tour throught the plant, has been involved with the Boeing plant for many years and you could tell her heart was in it! If you are visiting Seattle, this tour is a must!!
we had a great tour driver who gave us the best information about where to go for the best food and entertainment. He was also very knowledgeable about the boeing factory. Prompt, on time and overall a great day for us.
Couldn't recommend this tour enough. The bus driver was extremely friendly and knowledgeable, giving you plenty of info about the Seattle area and Boeing itself. Once at the Boeing factory ahead of schedule he arranged an earlier tour for us. The factory tour itself is very well organised, fascinating and above all a must. Would happily take this tour again in future.
Wow is the best way to describe this tour seeing is believing and this place had it all. I had to drag My husband out. This is a MUST in going to Seattle. Thank you everyone
Being an engineer, seeing the largest building by volume and planes being assembled was always going to be a winner. We went on a Saturday only due to our travel programme so there were only skeleton staff on assembly line, but it was still worth it. We did the Viator tour because we didn't have a rented vehicle in downtown Seattle, and Dan our tour guide was great. At the factory, our tour guide Tim was very knowledgeable and the tour was extremely informative. Unfortunately no pics of our own, but the chance of dropping a phone or camera from the floor above could seriously hurt a worker or damage a plane. We were able to leave our belongings in the Viator tour bus with Dan. Also, we had the chance to see two Dreamlifters parked outside. Note: if you want more technical info, stick close to the tour guide to be able to ask. Tim answered all of my questions :