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FAQ

What are the hours and days of operation?

9:00 am to 5:00 pm (PST), THURSDAY – MONDAY (Closed TUE and WED)

Closed Thanksgiving, 12/24, 12/25, 12/31 and 1/1.

Am I required to wear a face covering?

All guests over age 2 must wear cloth face coverings in accordance with the Washington State - Phase 2 and Phase 3 Museums and Similar Activities COVID-19 Requirements. Face coverings should fit snugly, covering one’s mouth and nose. Face coverings will be available at the front entrance for guests who did not bring their own.

What is an appropriate cloth face covering for my visit?

Facial coverings in line with Washington State and CDC’s guidelines are considered appropriate and should fit snugly covering one’s mouth and nose.

What about face coverings when guests are eating or drinking?

Guests can remove their face coverings while eating and drinking in designated areas.

Does my child need to wear a face covering?

All children over age 2 must wear cloth face coverings in accordance with the Washington State - Phase 2 and Phase 3 Museums and Similar Activities COVID-19 Requirements.

What if I don’t have a cloth face covering?

We will have complimentary masks available at the front entrance if you did not bring one.

What if I don’t want to wear a cloth face covering?

In accordance with the Washington State - Phase 2 and Phase 3 Museums and Similar Activities COVID-19 Requirements, cloth face coverings are required during your visit. Guests who do not comply with the Boeing Future of Flight guest guidelines and refuse to wear a cloth face covering will be asked to visit another day when they are able to comply. We appreciate your consideration and cooperation with our new health and safety guidelines.

What if I have a medical condition that prevents me from wearing a cloth face covering?

For the health and safety of all of our guests and employees, cloth face coverings are required, in accordance with the Washington State - Phase 2 and Phase 3 Museums and Similar Activities COVID-19 Requirements. If you are not able to wear a cloth face covering for medical reasons, you will be asked to visit us when you are able to comply. We appreciate your cooperation with our new health and safety guidelines.

How will groups of guests be managed?

We follow the capacity guidelines set forth in the Safe Start Washington Plan. Directional signage has been installed to assist guests in moving throughout the facility. Additionally, floor markings and signage will help promote proper physical distancing.

How will physical distancing be enforced on-site?

Our employees are trained to assist guests and promote physical distancing guidelines throughout the facility. If you have any concerns during your visit, please contact a staff member to assist you.

Will hand sanitizer stations be available?

Yes, there are hand sanitizer stations throughout Boeing Future of Flight for you to use during your visit. You can also purchase hand sanitizer at the Boeing Store on-site.

What Experiences will be open at Boeing Future of Flight

Boeing Future of Flight will open on Thursday, October 8, for our Gallery, Sky Deck, Boeing Store and Paper Plane Café. The Boeing Factory Tour will remain temporarily closed, however we are exploring virtual factory experiences. Stay tuned to our communication channels by signing up to receive the latest updates.