Choose from Three Options
- $13 for general admission for two adults ($24 value)
- $25 for general admission for four people ($48 value)
- $35 for general admission for six people ($72 value)
Historic Flight at Kilo 7
Located on Paine Field, Historic Flight at Kilo 7 narrows its sight on a particularly important segment of aviation history: 1927 to 1957, or the period between Charles Lindbergh's solo crossing of the Atlantic and the first test flight of the Boeing 707. The museum offers a glimpse into the three decades in between, housing a collection of restored birds such as a 1939 Waco UPF-7 biplane and a 1942 P-51B Mustang that saw action in World War II. Visitors can inspect each fully functional aircraft up close inside the museum hangar, possibly even witnessing new projects in mid-restoration or—if it's a designated "fly day"—recent completions taking off from the runway outside. Videos, pictures, and other multimedia accompany each flying relic, helping observers form a well rounded appreciation for the eras in which they flew.