New This Week - Coasters, Camouflage, and Canadair CL-13!
Explore the world of aircraft recycling and how reusing old airplane parts helps keep costs low for aircraft makers like The Boeing Company and reduces the environmental impact on the planet! And you will up-cycle a plastic bottle into a planter.
Suitable for 2nd to 6th Grades
Camouflage is a type of disguise that makes something blend in with its background,
making it difficult to see. Choose an object from your home and create a camouflage cover to hide it in plain sight!
Suitable for K to 6th Grade
Curator on the Loose
Today, we're meeting the Canadair CL-13 Sabre! Find out about the many hats our RCAF CL-13 has worn. It's quite a story... Eh!
The Museum experience is also a virtual reality! Walk through Air Force One, Concorde and the B-17 in 3D. A dozen rare aircraft are online now, with more on the way.
See Our Aircraft
The Museum of Flight is home to over 150 air and spacecraft. Travel through time and space! The Museum of Flight is full of an incredible collection of air and spacecraft.
Looking for air- and space-themed activities to have fun while the kids are home from school? Choose from an array of downloadable STEM workshops, activity sheets, coloring pages and more!
No matter your interest or hobby, we have a number of ways to compete from home! New competitions and challenges made just for kids age 5 to 17 span from photography and art to fashion and gardening. Each challenge is free to participate.
The Museum's Digital Collections provide access to our unique photo and print media archive. These collections allow you to 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.
Flight Deck Podcast
Join us every-other-Tuesday for fascinating stories and interviews featuring amazing guests interviewed by our host, Sean Mobley. Listen to all of the Museum’s best aviation and aerospace stories on a podcast that makes history personal.
Chronicles of the Museum
Did you know our FG-1D Corsair was found at the bottom of Lake Washington and restored in 1983? The Museum of Flight never ceases to amaze—our incredible aircraft, artifacts and experiences are full of interesting stories and secrets.
Our Collections team regularly shares fascinating highlights from one of the largest aviation & aerospace collections in the world!
Help Keep Us Flying
You know we are about more than just airplanes. Our people help bring amazing stories and educational opportunities to the community every day. We appreciate your support now, more than ever. May we count on your help?Give Today
Shop the Museum Store Online!
While the Museum may be closed, the online store is open, there are many great aviation and space gifts and toys available. FREE shipping on US orders of $50 or more.
*Orders will ship every Monday during this time due to staffing constraints.