Flying Heritage CollectionHangar 2 Grand Opening to the Public
3407 109th Street SW
Everett, WA 98204
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In August 2012 Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection broke ground on a new 26,00 square foot hangar adjacent to its current 1950s-era 51,000-square-foot hangar formerly used by Alaska Airlines as maintenance hangar until mid 1960s.
The new 26,000 square foot hangar features a 49-seat movie theater, houses ground attack equipment such as M4A1 Sherman Tank, large searchlight and generator, Flak 88mm anti-aircraft. Its also the current home to the MiG-29UB Fulcrum, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-51 Mustang, F6U Hellcat.
The Flying Heritage Collection now has 19 aircraft and numerous tanks and a dozen artifacts on display daily from 10am to 5pm. Adults $12 | Seniors/Military $10 | Youth $8
|North American B-25J Mitchell|
|North American B-25J Mitchell|
|Focke-Wulf Fw 190 D-13 (Dora)|
|Curtiss P-40C Tomahawk|
|Hawker Hurricane Mk.XIIA|
|Polikarpov I-16 Type 24 (Rata)|
|Fieseler Fi 103R Reichenberg|
|Messerschmitt 163 B Komet|
|Curtiss JN-4D Jenny|
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skyline greeting cards aviation canvas prints washington state greeting cards The quaint sea side city of Mukilteo is the gateway to southern tip of Whidbey Island via the Clinton Mukilteo Ferry run. To check fares and ferry schedules visit Washington State Ferry Rates. The Puget Sound is a tidal waterway that influences the width of the public beach. Both during high and low tide Mukilteo Beach makes for great landscape and seascape photography. The Mukilteo Lighthouse Park is a popular senior, engagement and wedding photography backdrop for newly weds and families as well.
The sun sets behind the Olympic Mountain range and Whidbey Island. So if you are planning to take a beach stroll prior to sunset for some photography shots keep in mind that the sun will set sooner because of the geography of the mountains to the west. Just east of Mukilteo lies Paine Field Airport home to Boeing 747,757,767,777, and 787 Dreamliner production lines. The airport has multiple public access points for easy plane spotting and has a great collection of vintage aircraft on display at 3 aviation museums.
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