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See how airplanes are built on this small-group trip to the Boeing factory near Seattle. Visit the massive Boeing assembly plant, the world’s largest building by volume, and see a variety of different planes in production. Then explore the interactive exhibits and displays in the Aviation Center Gallery and visit the educational Future of Flight Aviation Center museum.
Half-day guided tour of the Boeing Factory from Seattle
See 747, 767, 777, 787, and Dreamliner aircrafts being made
Explore Boeing factory, the largest building in the world
Enjoy a fully guided factory tour, plus time to spend at the Future of Flight interpretive center and Boeing gift shop
Hotel pickup and drop-off included with transportation from Seattle
Following hotel pickup from anywhere in the greater Seattle area, enjoy the drive to Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company, and its enormous factory north of the city in Everett.
Upon arrival, take the Boeing Future of Flight factory tour, exploring the interactive exhibits and displays in the Aviation Center Gallery, and then take a tour with a Boeing representative who will uncover the inner workings of the assembly plant where Boeing airplanes are manufactured. It’s the largest building in the world by volume.
See planes like the 747, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner as they are being built and watch a short film that will further reveal how a plane is constructed from start to finish.
Then stop at the Future of Flight Aviation Center, with interactive exhibits to not only build a plane but also fly it in a simulator.
Notice: If you have your own transportation, Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour tickets may be purchased separately.
If you have a few days in the Pacific Northwest, do get to the Boeing Tour. I chose to travel with Ron and he was an amicable and able guide to Everett and the tour site. Boeing was on my wish-list for years and I am glad to have made the journey.
additionally, the tour bus picked me up on time at the door of my hotel for the 1/2 day excursion. It was really informative and Ron was a fund of knowledge and trivia on the Boeing history, if that is your sort of thing.