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Explore the Museum of Flight with Seattle CityPASS

Museum of Flight-NASA Space Shuttle Trainer
Museum of Flight-NASA Space Shuttle Trainer

Visitors to Seattle looking to see the sights while on a budget should pick up the Seattle CityPASS.

Here one can visit a total of six attractions including the Museum of Flight. This independent, non-profit museum is one of the largest air and space museums in the world with over 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft including the Red Barn®—the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co. Walk around the Museum of Flight Airpark and view America's First jet Air Force One, the very first 747, the original 737, a Boeing 727, the sleek Concorde, and a Lockheed Super-G Constellation. Also be sure to check out their collection of 28 World War I and World War II fighter planes, as well as other exhibits that document the history of flight and space travel.

Space enthusiasts might want to purchase a ticket to the museum instead of using a CityPASS so they can upgrade for a tour inside the actual NASA Space Shuttle Trainer that was used to train every space shuttle astronaut since the inception of the program. This tour is available on the weekends and holidays and is limited to six people for each 30 minute tour.

Other exhibits one can visit with the Seattle CityPASS include the Woodland Zoo (an option for those with children who choose to purchase a ticket to the Museum of Flight), the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, a one-hour Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, the Pacific Science Center and the EMP Museum. The Seattle City Pass costs $74 for adults and $49 for children ages 4 to 12. A Seattle CityPASS can be ordered online or purchased at any of the attractions featured in the CityPASS.