Audi Club Northwest: Museum of Flight, Boeing Field

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10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Audi Club Northwest Social Event
Museum of Flight, Boeing Field
January 18, 2020

Who would like to walk off some holiday party calories, while enjoying exotic aircraft, spacecraft and innovative technologies? Please join us Saturday, January 18th to explore the Museum of Flight.

The Museum of Flight at Boeing Field is home to William E. Boeing’s original “Red Barn” factory and is the largest independent non-profit air and space museum in the world. Our Puget Sound leadership in aviation started here, and soared around the world. The museum galleries allow you to travel through time, witness major milestones in civil and military aviation, all the way into space. From Bill Boeing’s 1916 Model 1 B&W Seaplane, to Apollo exhibits, to UAV’s, this tour spans generations.


Our tour will be personally led by trained and experienced Museum of Flight docents who share a passion for the history of aviation and space exploration.

Trip Advisor lists Museum of Flight as #4 on the sites to see in Seattle!

Where: 9404 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108-4046

Cost: Adults (18+) $19, Youth (5-17) $12, Seniors (65+) $17

When: Saturday, January 18th, 2020

  • 10:00am – Meet in the Museum Lobby
  • 10:00 – 10:20am – Pick up entry wristbands in Museum Lobby
  • 10:20am – Divide into groups (10 per group, not separating family/friends)
  • 10:25am – Brief introduction by Lorne Dyke
  • 10:30am – 12:30pm – Docent led tour

On the tour, each docent will have a headset with speaker to insure you can always hear them. It is likely that docents will launch in differing directions for the tour to ensure as few backups as possible for each group.

After the tour, you’re welcome to enjoy The Museum of Flight Store, buy lunch in Wings Café, and/or continue accessing exhibits for the afternoon. Museum closes at 5pm.

Driving and parking directions are here.

Please reach out with any questions!

Lorne Dyke
[email protected]


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