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Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

3407 109th St SW, Everett, WA 98204
+1 206-342-4243
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visit with teen son who is a fan of all things ww2

staff is knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, and comical. they made the visit better. plenty of... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2016
LDC1967
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Wapato, Washington
Stunning !

Fantastic effort to preserve and make history available to all. A fairly small but outstanding... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2016
Trent B
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Jasper, Georgia
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The aircraft, vehicles and artifacts in the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum are rare treasures of military technology — a testament to the era’s engineering skill and humanity’s spirit during the world conflicts of the 20th century. On rotation in our working hangar are military artifacts from the United States, Britain, Germany, Soviet Union and Japan, acquired by Paul G. Allen and restored with unparalleled authenticity to share with the public. FHCAM is operated by Friends of Flying Heritage, a 501(c)(3) organization committed to educating people about these rare historic aircraft and artifacts. The museum is currently experiencing rapid growth, bringing in exciting new wonders like the Republic F-105 Thunderchief, de Havilland Mosquito and dozens of new artifacts in 2017.
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3407 109th St SW, Everett, WA 98204
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Reviewed 31 August 2016

staff is knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, and comical. they made the visit better. plenty of planes and craft to stare at for hours. wonderful time. would return.

Thank LDC1967
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Fantastic effort to preserve and make history available to all. A fairly small but outstanding collection of historic aircraft well presented. Not to be missed for any aviation or history enthusiast ! Thanks to Paul Allen for investing in our history ! My only disappointment...More

Thank Trent B
Reviewed 22 August 2016

we live in the area and have visited this small museum a few times. we love it. they give you AAA discounts and our out of town guests love it to. the docents here have flown these planes and are so willing to tell you...More

Thank Brenda W
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Thank you to Paul for doing this for all of us. it is well worth the trip and is a great history lesson the other things offered as the fly bys etc. They are always doing something here so go do it. Group tours we...More

Thank Ken W
Reviewed 17 August 2016

I just went along with this because my husband wanted to go here and I figured if I went along, he would have to go shopping with me. BUT I think I enjoyed it as much as he did. There a lot of World war...More

Thank 791kathyr
Reviewed 17 August 2016

OMG this was our first time and we loved it, if you are in the Seattle area i recommended visiting this exhibit

Thank rosannachapman956
Reviewed 16 August 2016

This is Paul Allen's (Co-founder of Microsoft) personal collection of (mostly) World War II aircraft - fully restored, and most functional. You can take a self-guided tour or opt for a free personal tour with a docent. We chose the latter. We had Rob. His...More

Thank 523SM523
Reviewed 10 August 2016

Came here with some out of town friends and enjoyed the old planes, this is a good place to bring out of town guests.

Thank MinuteMann
Reviewed 29 July 2016

The collection has several unique models of aircraft we have not seen in other major aviation museums. These include Russian, German, and British models from WW-II and newer. Each has both a set of performance specifications and short history of their acquisition. We stayed and...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Paul Allan and the Flying Heritage Collection team have done a wonderful job of collecting and restoring a wide variety of very unique aircraft. If you love aircraft and especially restored vintage warbirds... this is a must visit. It is not just a drive by......More

Thank Ronald M
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dlowden2016
How do I get there using public transportation ex Seattle?
30 May 2016|
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Response from michelledH1393HZ | Property representative |
Catch the 417 towards Mukilteo on 4th Ave & Seneca St Exit at Hwy 525 & Beverly Park Rd Walk 2.0 mi (38 mins) to the Flying Heritage Collection, 3407 109th Street Southwest, Everett, WA 98204
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curiousgeorge120
Does public transportation serve the Flying Heritage Collection? If yes, what transit system & route number?
3 May 2016|
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Response from michelledH1393HZ | Property representative |
King County Metro Transit From Downtown Seattle Catch the 417 towards Mukilteo on 4th Ave & Seneca St Exit at Hwy 525 & Beverly Park Rd Walk 2.0 mi (38 mins) to the Flying Heritage Collection, 3407 109th Street... More
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curiousgeorge120
How much is the admission?
3 May 2016|
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Response from michelledH1393HZ | Property representative |
Adults - $14 Seniors (65+) - $12 Military - $12 Youths (6-17) - $10 Children (5 and under) - Free AAA discount available
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