Seattle City Tours

Sit back and relax in spacious coaches as our knowledgeable guides make Seattle & The Boeing Company™ come to life with their guidance, information and local knowledge.

Included:

• Premier 3 Hour City Tour
• 1 1/2 hours for lunch in Pike Place Market
• Boeing™ Factory Tour
• Door-to-Door Service (from most hotels)

Seattle points of interest:

Boeing Assembly Plant

Above the factory floor inside the world’s largest building (472 million cubic feet by volume), you will witness the awe-inspiring process of twin-aisle jet assembly. Watch a short film in the Boeing Theater about Boeing’s contributions to aviation, innovation, and aerospace over the past 100 years. See several planes including 747, 777, and 787 Dreamliners in various stages of assembly and manufacture for airline customers around the world. 

Future of Flight Aviation Center

Explore the spacious Aviation Center and Aerospace Gallery through interactive exhibits and learn about the newest developments in aviation and aerospace.

Don’t miss the Strato Deck where you will have a view of  completed aircraft on the Paine Field flight line as they are readied for painting and testing before final delivery. Visit The Boeing Store for authentic Boeing clothing and souvenirs.

If you have your own transportation, Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour tickets may be purchased separately for $25 at futureofflight.org

Attention: Children must be at least 4 feet (122 cm) tall. Babies may not be carried. No personal items on the tour – lockers are available. No photos, videos, cameras, electronics on the tour. Restrooms are not available while in the assembly plant.

*must be 4ft tall, includes admission, lunch not provided

May 1 - Sept 30
9am (Approx. 10 Hours)
Adults (13+)
$143.51 w/tax $158.00
Children (3-12)
$118.98 w/tax $131.00

Call 1.888.293.1404 to request a quote

Call 1.888.293.1404 to order or click here to book.

Cancellation Policy: Notification 24 hours prior to tour time required for a refund.

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