Visit the Largest Building in the World (by volume) on our Boeing Factory Tour from Seattle! The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is one of Seattle’s most-loved, premier attractions. Located just 25 miles north of Seattle, the Boeing Tour is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to view 747, 777, and 787 Dreamliners being assembled on the Everett production line before they take to the sky. Each tour is approximately 4.5 hours long including pickup and drop-off.
Boeing Factory Tour Service from Seattle
Tours Northwest provides service from most hotels in downtown Seattle, SeaTac Airport, and Tukwila. No need to worry about rental cars, parking, traffic, and admission tickets because our tour will take care of everything in one trip. We operate clean, well-maintained 24-passenger coaches featuring over-sized windows, ample leg room and air-conditioning. Our Boeing tour guides will provide narration about the Boeing history and its many connections throughout Puget Sound from when you first get on our coach to when you return to your hotel or selected location for drop off.
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.
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.
Exciting changes are coming to the Future of Flight! During the transition, portions of the Aerospace Gallery may be closed for renovation; however, the Boeing Tour will continue as scheduled.
If you have your own transportation to the Boeing Assembly Plant, you can purchase Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour tickets at futureofflight.org
*Admission ticket includes the Boeing Tour, Future of Flight Aviation Center, and Gift Shop. Lunch not provided.
Updated: October 10th, 2018