The Museum of Flight Closed for Sold Out Special Event July 15 – July 17

Museum resumes normal operations and reopens to the public at 9 a.m. July 18, the Airpark will reopen on July 23

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight will temporarily suspend its normal operations Friday morning July 15 through Sunday evening July 17 for an unprecedented three-day special event, which sold out within hours of announcement. The event will take place at the Museum and its perimeter from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. all three days, and will include part of East Marginal Way, which will be closed to traffic from 9:30-12:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17.

The independent, nonprofit Museum is a popular venue for private group events during non-business hours; this is the first time the entire campus has been dedicated to a group event for several days. The Museum’s Airpark including the Air Force One, Boeing 727 and Lockheed Constellation aircraft, will remain closed through July 22.

The Museum will reopen to all visitors on Monday morning, July 18 and will remain open with extended hours, through 8 p.m. daily through the summer.