The Gallery features more than 150 current and future Boeing products and services. Learn about Boeing’s Legacy of Innovation and discover exciting new products and services being explored by Boeing now including space and hypersonic travel, sustainable fuels, autonomous aerial systems and much more. It also includes the following exhibits: Above and Beyond, the Destiny Module, and Drones and Robotics experiences.
Gallery Walk Schedule:
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(Starts every 30 minutes)
- Purchase Gallery / Sky Deck tickets on site at our Ticket Desk or online HERE.
- Gallery / Sky Deck access is also included with Boeing Factory Tour tickets (Note: The Boeing Factory Tour is currently closed. We don’t have a projected reopening date at this time. Stay tuned to our communication channels by signing up to receive the latest updates.)
Here are a few highlights from our Gallery:
Travel Confidently with Boeing
Exhibit Just Landed
The Confident Travel Initiative is a global effort to provide passengers and crew with a safe, healthy, and efficient travel experience.
By engaging with numerous organizations inside and outside the aerospace industry, including universities, the medical community, government agencies, and airlines, Boeing is doing its part in sharing research and findings with other institutions for the greater good. Learn more about Boeing's Confident Travel Initiative: https://www.boeing.com/confident-travel/
Visit the exhibit to learn about:
- Cabin air filtration
- UV wand sanitizing
- New technologies and research
- And more!
Above and Beyond
The Above and Beyond exhibit celebrates the power of innovation to make dreams take flight. This 5,000-square-foot aerospace exhibition features immersive simulations, interactive design challenges, iconic historical touchstones, visionary concepts for the future, and inspiring stories from game-changing innovators, past and present.
Destiny Module Exhibit
The Destiny Module exhibit is a detailed full-scale mock-up of the primary research lab for U.S. payloads sent to the International Space Station (ISS). The actual module now know as the U.S. Lab, was delivered to the Kennedy Space Center in November 1998 and launched on Shuttle mission STS-98 on February 7, 2001 and remains an integral part of the ISS. You can track the ISS, and can see it orbiting with the naked eye on occasion in the night sky.