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Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum
Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

3407 109th St SW, Everett,, Washington, 98204

The Basics

The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum boasts more than 70 pieces of military equipment. Explore on your own, or take a free, docent-led tour of the hangers to watch restorations in progress, and learn about the various military machines used by the United States, Britain, Germany, the Soviet Union, and Japan in the 20th century. Visitors can also see historic planes take flight or watch tanks stir up dust during one of the museum’s many events.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The FHCAM is a popular destination for history and military buffs.

  • The museum is wheelchair accessible, and there are wheelchairs available to borrow.

  • Find model airplanes and more at the on-site gift shop.

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How to Get There

You can visit the museum by car or public transportation or fly in and land at the adjacent Paine Field airport. If you choose to fly, note that you’ll have to take public transportation from the aircraft parking area to the museum. The museum is about 9 miles (14 kilometers) from Everett and 23 miles (37 kilometers) from downtown Seattle.

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When to Get There

The museum is open every day from Memorial Day to Labor Day and open Tuesday–Sunday during the rest of the year. You can visit the museum at any time to enjoy a tour or watch the mechanics at work, but check the online schedule for special events if you want to see the planes and tanks in action.

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Aviation Attractions Nearby

Aviation enthusiasts who visit the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum can enjoy the area’s other aviation-focused attractions by visiting Boeing’s network of museums and education centers. Get an inside look at an airplane production line on the Boeing Future of Flight factory tour, or learn more about the history of aviation at the Museum of Flight.

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