From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
Have you always wondered what the inside of Air Force One, the Concorde supersonic airliner, or a 787 Dreamliner might be like? Ever dreamed of sitting in the cockpit of an SR-71 Blackbird or an F/A-18 Hornet? Or maybe you dream even bigger— like blasting into space? Head to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Wash., to experience it all first hand!
Not only is the huge Museum filled with more than150 rare aircraft and space vehicles, but you can also walk through several of the planes in the outdoor airpark. Part of Boeing’s original factory known as the “Red Barn” has been relocated here and now serves as an outstanding exhibit that chronicles the company’s early years between 1916 and 1958. There’s also a 3D movie theater in the Museum.
Seattle Museum of FlightIt’s hard to believe that about a decade after the Wright Brothers made their first flight in a frail wood and fabric machine, World War I ensured that aerodynamically efficient fighters, bombers and reconnaissance aircraft became commonplace. Eighteen WWI aircraft are on display, along with personal stories of flyers from around the world.
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