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From Seattle, 1.5-Hour Boeing Factory Tour with Small Group

Highlights
  • No need to rent a car as this Boeing tour includes round-trip transportation
  • Tour of the factory shows the inner workings of the assembly line
  • Interactive exhibits teach you about the history and future of flight
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Boeing Tour from Seattle
From US$75,00
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General Pickup LocationMost Popular
Pickup is in front of the Wells Fargo Bank, 1620 - 4th Ave, between Pine and Stewart Streets near Westlake Center. Allow 15 min after departure time shown to allow for traffic and prior pickups.
US$75,00
Downtown Hotel Pickup
Please provide hotel information in the "Special Requirements" text box at checkout. After booking, please contact local tour operator to confirm pickup time.
US$83,99
Overview

This half-day tour gives you an insider's look at the Boeing factory, where airplanes are designed and built. During the trip, take a guided tour of the facilities with a small group of other curious travelers and learn about the Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner planes in production. You’ll also get to wander through the Future of Flight Aviation Center and its interactive exhibits.

What to Expect

Begin your Boeing tour with convenient pickup at your downtown Seattle hotel. Climb into a comfortable vehicle for the ride to the factory, about 25 minutes away.

As you travel, listen to commentary on Seattle and Boeing's history in the city, relax, and leave the driving to an expert.

Explore the Aviation Center Gallery upon arrival; this huge space features displays and exhibits to see before your official tour. Meet the Boeing representative, who will show you the inner workings of the assembly plant.

Watch a short film that shows how these enormous planes are constructed, from start to finish, and see each model the company makes in different stages of construction. The tour's last stop is the Future of Flight Aviation Center, which allows you to try a flight simulator build a plane in an interactive exhibit.

Return to Seattle for hotel drop-off at the end of your tour.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Well worthwhile.

We had Dave (aka Elvis) drive us out to Boeing. He was an interesting guy who has obviously led an interesting life and gave a great commentary on the way out to Boeing. Yes, you could save a few dollars and make your way out...More

3  Thank johnoSydney
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Elvis is the best!

We thought we were just getting a driver to the Boeing tour... Boy were we wrong! Elvis was filled with jokes and fun facts about Seattle! Highly recommend!

2  Thank globex0003
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Spencer Fairbanks loves Seattle and Boeing - he was a delight

Spencer was knowledgeable, funny, accommodating and shar his pure joy of flight in his history of this important contributor to our 21st century. Highly recommend the tour and Spencer

3  Thank W7066QIerika
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Elvis

Great tour and we especially loved our bus tour guide Elvis. Very knowledgeable , informative and he has an awesome sense of humour. Loved his little rendition of “I’m on fire”. Left the tour feeling very happy and with so much more knowledge about Seattle....More

2  Thank Debra H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Exceeded my already high expectations

Dave (aka Elvis) arrived on time at our hotel, greeting us in the lobby. He provided a fun and informative update on our way to Everett. The Beoing tour itself was excellent. If you are visiting Seattle for any length of time this tour should...More

2  Thank Vikki A
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Seniormovers
18 September 2018|
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Response from Kristina M | Reviewed this property |
It is all walking. The bus takes you to the building from the other building. But in the factory for the tour is all on foot.
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reardo85
19 August 2018|
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Response from Mat P | Reviewed this property |
We got back around 130pm
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Raunak D
14 August 2018|
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Response from AMSAS8 | Reviewed this property |
Tour lasts about 90mins then you can spend some time in the merchandise shop.
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