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To aid in the preservation of important and historic artifacts representing the evolution of flight, 1964 the Pacific Northwest Aviation Historical Foundation was established with the goal of saving significant aircraft and related artifacts to educate the public about their importance. In 1965 the first official Museum of Flight exhibits were put on display at the Seattle Center, the location of the 1962 World’s Fair.
The Red Barn, the birthplace of The Boeing Company, was restored in 1983 and became the first permanent location for The Museum of Flight. Joined by the Great Gallery in 1987, the Library and Archives Building in 2002 and the J. Elroy McCaw Personal Courage Wing and Airpark in 2004, the Museum of Flight pays homage to the history of flight.
The foremost educational air and space museum in the world, the Museum of Flight provides a foundation for scholarly research and lifelong learning programs that inspire an interest in and understanding of science, technology and the humanities.
Offered are Four (4) Admission Passes to the incredible Museum of Flight.
Donated by: Jim and Teri Lindley.