The Seattle Air Museum has a good collection of vintage aircraft. The Boeing company's original woodworking shop ("the Barn") is even part of the museum grounds, and it contains some of the older specimens. The main hall is cavernous and well-lit. All the aircraft are in excellent condition. The museum still has plenty of empty space for new exhibits, too.
|Curtis Jenny in the Barn (old Boeing building)||Eaglerock||Eaglerock engine closeup||Various props||Museum main hall|
|More main hall||Another main hall shot||Airmail plane||Some old biplane...||SR-21 (SR-71 precursor)|
|Note the drone on the back!||Drone closeup||SR-21 engine||SR-21 engine closeup||This tiny robot crossed the Atlantic on 2g fuel|
|Another airmail plane||Mystery plane||Corsair||Corsair||Corsair|
|Saber||A couple of jets||F-5||F-4 Phantom||F-4 Phantom|
|F-4 Phantom||MiG-21||Inside the wheelwell of a 737||Apollo capsule (never flown)||A-7 Intruder (?)|
|Pres. Johnson's old plane.||Biplane rides were for sale from $100 a person|