Museum of Flight Seattle

Since the spread of COVID-19, museums around the world have shut their doors to visitors, however Seattle’s Museum of Flight recently launched a dynamic new web portal, The Museum of Flight at Home, offering the full Museum experience for aviation and space fans of all ages.

You can now watch videos, take virtual tours, view fascinating collections as well as read the museum’s blogs.

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If you’ve never visited Museum of Flight, now’s your chance to check out their aircraft, from Air Force One to the Space Shuttle Trainer. Photos and information from every spacecraft and plane are included and on view.

Museum of Flight Seattle

Search and browse some truly remarkable historic photographs, letters, journals, flight logs, military records, oral histories and other media that can’t be seen anywhere else.

Additionally, entertaining new videos are being produced every week for the museum’s social media channels. Senior Curator Matthew Burchette (and host of the popular PBS video series Behind the Wings) has created a series of short-form videos and Facebook Live events titled Curator on the Loose!, showing off the Museum’s coolest planes and spacecraft.

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Dozens of activities are now available online, including new contests and challenges, with more in the works.

On-staff educators at the world’s largest educational air and space museum have developed at-home family and student activities for all grade levels.

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Visit Museum of Flight at Home online.

Non-watermarked images courtesy of the Museum of Flight.

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