Museum of Flight Announce Tours of 747 Lounge for Jumbo Jet’s 50th Anniversary

. January 29, 2019

SEATTLE – The Museum’s iconic Boeing 747 prototype first took flight on February 9, 1969, and in celebration of this 50th anniversary there will be a weekend of special activities. On Feb. 9, there will be tours of the main cabin and a 2 p.m. public presentation with expert talks and video clips detailing the design, development, and first flight of the 747.

On Feb. 10, visitors have exclusive access to the Museum’s Jumbo Jet’s upper-deck lounge. Although the upper deck is usually closed to visitors, there will be limited, free tickets to walk up the spiral stairs to experience the most talked-about cabin of the Jet Age. Programs free with Museum admission.

Each day, visitors can enjoy music from 1969, mingle with Pan Am flight attendants, and chat with aviation experts about the history of the 747.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED for the Feb. 10 tours of the upper deck. Reservations can be made while purchasing Museum admission online; limited availability. Tickets may also be available at the Museum depending on availability. First come, first served.

For general Museum information, please call 206-764-5720 or visit www.museumofflight.org

The Museum’s Boeing 747 prototype. Credit The Museum of Flight Boeing Collection.

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