VIEW THE PRODUCTION FLOOR WHERE BOEING PLANES ARE ASSEMBLED

After riding a freight elevator up to the floor viewing balcony, be amazed at the sight of Boeing jets in almost every stage of production. Get a sense for what it’s like to be a Boeing Engineer while observing a live floor of bustling employees building monstrous aircrafts.

WATCH PLANES TAKE OFF AND LAND ON THE STRATODECK

Want to see and hear what those planes are like when they’re completed? Head over to the Stratodeck with your guide to see the Paine Field runway. This tarmac has seen anything from a commercial airline, to Air Force One, to the Seattle Seahawks private jet! The views don’t stop with the planes. Make sure to take a look at the un-obstructed view of Mount Rainer, too!

VISIT THE GALLERY FOR SOME HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

The Gallery includes World War I crafts, NASA jets, and some of the earliest planes ever to take to the sky. After all this viewing, wouldn’t it be cool to sit in the cockpit? Fortunately, you can! Jump into a Boeing 727 and a 787 and experience what it’s like to operate one of the many planes you will see during the tour. Learn about the technology behind planes and the future concepts of flight.

Boeing Factory Tour

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or new to the world of flying, the Boeing Factory Tour is a worth-while and exciting visit. Where else can you see 747’s, 777’s and 787 Dreamliners up close and mid-production? In this 90-minute tour, view the some of the World’s largest commercial planes, watch the live production of Boeing crafts and explore the World’s largest-volume building. The tour includes admission into the Aerospace Gallery, a separate section displaying military jets and some of the first planes built by Boeing.

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BOEING FACTORY EVERETT, WASHTINGTON

Everett, Washington is located about 25 miles north of the vibrant city of Seattle. The factory calls the Paine Field Airport of Snohomish County its home. Drive straight up Interstate 5 North along the Puget Sound for a half hour, getting off at Exit 189, and arrive at the Paine Field Airport. The Boeing Factory in Everett is a building you cannot miss, as it is the World’s largest building by volume. The factory is located steps away from the Snohomish County shore line offering great views of distant islands and mountainous landscapes.