This is the story of aerospace technology, and much of that story was written here, in the heart of the PNW.
Modern flight didn’t begin in the Pacific Northwest, but it was developed and perfected here. We are a region full of trees and waterways. Early seaplane enthusiasts like William Boeing knew the value of using local timber to make airplanes that could be shipped from Puget Sound.
There is something about this region that encourages bold moves, like the desire to pursue the perfection of flight.
Today’s visitors to Seattle NorthCountry can experience six attractions in the Aviation District that will deepen their appreciation for the pioneering spirit of aviation.
Note: effective March 12, the Historic Flight Foundation will no longer operate its Paine Field facility. For more information, please click HERE.
|Total Indoor Meeting Space||Group Size|
|Boeing Future of Flight||Over 41,000 Sq. Ft.||Up to 600|
|Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum||Over 54,000 Sq. Ft.||Up to 600|
|High Trek Adventures||None||Up to 200|
|Museum of Flight Restoration Center||Over 23,000 Sq. Ft.||Up to 300|