Boeing Tour in Seattle, WA

Show Me Seattle1620 4th AveSeattle, WA 98101
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Overview

See classic planes at different stages of assembly such as the 747, 777, and the state of the art 787 Dreamliner with the Boeing Tour. Housed in the world’s largest building by volume, expert staff lead a 90-minute unique tour with exclusive insights. The 4.5 hour tour conveniently provides transport from Seattle to the Future of Flight Aviation Center. Guests must be at least four feet tall.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Seattle Travel Experts
  • Tour duration: 4.5 hours roundtrip.
  • The Boeing assembly plant is home to legendary planes like the 747, 777 and the world’s most advanced jetliner the 787 Dreamliner.
  • Tour includes guided coach transport from Seattle up to the Future of Flight Aviation Center and admission to the 90 minute Assembly Plant tour led by the Boeing staff.
  • The 90-minute factory tour involves walking a short distance (about 1/3 mile/ ½ km), climbing two sets of stairs and riding an elevator.

Description

from Boeing Tour
Experience the modern marvel of commercial jet production on this unique and one of a kind tour. The Boeing assembly plant is home to legendary planes like the 747, 777 and the world’s most advanced jetliner the 787 Dreamliner. You’ll have an opportunity to learn about Boeing’s long and storied history and go inside the world’s largest building to view airplanes in various stages of assembly. Package includes guided coach transport from Seattle up to the Future of Flight Aviation Center and admission to the 90 minute Assembly Plant tour led by the Boeing staff.

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127debys
Punta Gorda, Florida
"A Fun Informative Way to See Seattle Quickly!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 17, 2019 NEW
Leila was our incredibly witty, informative accommodating tour guide. We loved her clever delivery of historic facts that can be dry, but she kept them interesting and entertaining! Her description of brothels was a new one for us, Houses of Negotiable Affections”. 😜😊 She really gave us a wonderful tour and overview of Seattle. Can’t wait to return and spend more time here!
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MCKWilliams
"Taste of Pike Markets"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 17, 2019 NEW
Don’t visit the Pike Market Place without Lucky Lane. 10 starts Lucky!!! very knowledgeable took his time and you did not feel rushed. The food tasting was very well rounded and challenged your pallet. The portions were more than enough so don’t eat before. The only down fall is we did not want to leave Lucky we wanted him for the rest of the day.!!!!
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Terry B
Montgomery, Alabama
"Good Short Tour"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 11, 2019 NEW
We took this tour prior to a cruise. One great thing was our cost included pick up at our hotel and pick up after cruise to airport. We had a very talkative driver who gave us alot of history . You need to take a side trip to the Pike Place Market also. It was well worth the money for just an overall taste of Seattle.
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JohndeVere
Auckland Central, New Zealand
"OK but wouldn’t rave about it"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 02, 2019 NEW
The best part of tour was “Show me Seattle” tour guide Lucky. His company is basically the taxi service taking you from Seattle Central to the Boeing complex and back. Lucky gives a lot of background to the city and some history and maybe too much of his personal history but he is a real nice guy. Boeing employees take over amalgamating groups walking through well lit tunnels , climbing stairs to access different parts of the worlds biggest building by volume. Tours walk single file high up along gantries looking down at a vast space almost as far as you can see of planes, machinery and ant like workers. No photography or bags etc. These are put in free lockers for picking up after your. It would have been nice if Boeing could somehow get us on ground level to appreciate the size of what we’re seeing without compromising their secrets. The Future of Flight had so much information and activities to absorb that there was not enough time as our Tour bus had to depart. They have 1700 people a day going through this factory. So the choice is do you drive yourself there to Everett and save $100 or go with your bus? Either way you’ll still be joining a big group supervised by a Boeing guide.
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NonnieR29
Arkansas
"Fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 26, 2019 NEW
Nice tour and learned about Seattle from a local. Not a lot of time to shop but we went back the following day to Pioneer square to do some shopping and eating.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Boeing Tour

What are the hours of operation?
Tour operates every day. Pick-ups begin at 8:30 am.

Are there any restrictions for this tour?
Visitors must be at least 4 feet tall. Please, no babies in arms and all children must be accompanied by an adult.

What should I bring?
No personal items are allowed on the tour of the Assembly Plant. You may leave your purse, camera, cell phone, binoculars, backpack, etc. in our locked tour shuttle, or use a locker at the Future of Flight Center for free.

Where is it located?
8110 7th Ace. S. Seattle, WA 98108.

Is the tour appropriate for children?
Tour is suitable for all ages.

Is transportation included?
Coach service to and from the factory located 35 miles north of downtown. Pick up is available from most downtown Seattle hotels. There is also a downtown general pick-up location.

Are wheelchairs available?
A limited number of complimentary wheelchairs are available at the Future of Flight.

Are strollers allowed?
No, strollers are not allowed on the factory tour.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Visitors can take the tour in a wheelchair with advance notice.

Can I bring my camera?
Yes, but pictures cannot be taken on the tour.

How long is the tour?
The tour is 90 minutes long.

Are restrooms available on this tour?
Restrooms are available at the Future of Flight Aviation Center, but not during the factory tour.