What You'll Get
- $50 for all-day access to Wings and Waves Waterpark for two (up to $64 value)
- Free admission for children aged 3 and under
- See the park hours and attractions to plan your visit.
Wings and Waves Waterpark
Bask in a sunlit leisure pool, face down 91,000 gallons of crashing water and a 20-foot video screen showing NASA footage and feature films in the Splashdown Harbor wave pool, or take a fast but smooth spin in the Vortex Pool.
Grab a tube for the Sonic Boom, the Tail Spin, or the dramatic two-person Nose Dive, or zip down the high-speed Mach 1 if you dare. Little kids have slides of their own, and the Aquaplay structure interweaves slides and a forest-themed jungle gym with views of the museum campus.
Head to the H2O Hands On Science Center to learn about all the ways that water is not just fun, but crucial to life on earth. More than 20 interactive exhibits explore the physics of submarines, sailing, and other technologies new and old.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 15, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a supervising adult while in the Waterpark. Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by a swimming adult while in the water. Swimming adults are required to pay full admission. Adults may supervise a maximum of 4 children (1:4 adult to child ratio). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum preserves one of the greatest achievements of humankind: harnessing the power of flight. Across its open hangars sprawl aircraft of every era —from replicas of the earliest Wright Flyer to an SR-71 Blackbird capable of speeds greater than 2,000 miles per hour.
- Size: Each building is 120,000 square feet with hangars filled with civilian and military planes; NASA space craft; a large-format digital 3D theater; and the 70,000 square foot indoor Wings
- Eye Catcher: a real Boeing 747 aircraft that sits on the roof, and even has a slide built into its structure
- Crown Jewel: The Spruce Goose. Famously designed by Howard Hughes, this WWII-era plane was built out of wood due to wartime restrictions on metals. It flew only once.
- Don't Miss: an unflown capsule from the Mercury space program
- Hidden Gem: Titan II Missile explore this large booster rocket from inside its missile silo, and then experience the excitement of a simulated launch sequence from the launch room
- Hands-On Activities: In addition to slides and leisure pools, there are more than 20 interactive educational exhibits focused on the power of water.
- Pro Tip: Tell the Museum staff how long you want to spend in the Museum; they'll help you plan an itinerary that best fits your schedule.
- Special Program: guided tours by volunteer docents, many of whom are veteran pilots