The Boeing production plant located in Everett, Washington, is the largest building in the world, by volume. Located 30 minutes north of Seattle, it is big enough that a small city could fit within its walls, and it’s populated with tens of thousands of employees at a time.
But that’s not all that’s inside: It houses Boeing aircrafts in all stages of production, including the new 787 Dreamliner, which is the future of air travel. Touring the massive plant is one of the most popular attractions in Washington State. Begin at the Future of Flight Aviation Center for an orientation and then board the shuttle or the 90-minute guided tour. At the production facility, you will learn about the production line from visitor observation decks inside the plant. You’ll have an opportunity to check out the Dreamliner’s innovative materials and learn all about the features designed for an improved passenger experience. Back at the Future of Flight Aviation Center, take some time to explore the exhibits in the Aerospace Gallery, which includes a walk-in model of Destiny, the U.S. Laboratory Module on the International Space Station.
To book your reservation for the Boeing Future of Flight Tour, visit futureofflight.org.