Museum of Flight | Seattle, Washington
Before Luke and I moved to Washington, we made a bucket list of activities and places to visit based on one of Luke’s favorite books, Good Night Seattle. Ranked number one on our Seattle bucket list because of Luke’s undying love of “umgh gumghs” (translation: airplanes), I was really excited to finally take him to visit the Museum of Flight. We dragged along Luke’s Opa, aunties, and uncle and made an afternoon of it.
Luke enjoyed climbing in and out of the cockpits of the Blackbird reconnaissance and the Hornet fighter planes. We all got a big kick out of seeing the Goodyear Corsair, which crash landed in Lake Washington in 1950 and was pulled out and restored in 1983. (Luke may or may not like Corsairs solely because of the “Skipper” character in Disney’s Planes…)
Luke and I give the Museum of Flight in Seattle two toddler thumbs up! Visit the website for information on upcoming events and family-oriented activities.
INSIDER TIP: Admission is free from 5:00-9:00pm on the first Thursday of each month.