museum of flight
A gigantic piece of space history is set to splash down at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Saturday, June 30! The Super Guppy space shuttle trainer, will fly low and slow over Lake Washington and Elliott Bay before landing at Boeing Field.
SEATTLE (AP) — A gigantic piece of space history is set to splash down at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Saturday. Although the Space Shuttle Trainer has never left the earth’s atmosphere, museum officials say […]
Here are some fun family activities you can all do with Dad (and Grandpa) to help him celebrate his special day on Sunday, June 17!
Memorial Day weekend, May 26 – 28, is a time for us to honor and remember those servicemen and women who have died to give us our freedoms in America, and for those veterans who have served. You are welcome to participate in these local events and give your respects to our fallen heroes.
In 1949, Armed Forces Day began in the US. President Harry Truman declared it a day to praise the work of the military services at home and overseas. On Saturday, May 19, you and your family have a chance to attend one of these events in Puget Sound and salute our military men and women.
After a 30-year career training crews for every shuttle mission, NASA’s FFT (Full Fuselage Trainer) is leaving its long-time home at the Johnson Space Center in Houston TX, bound for The Museum of Flight.
There’s plenty to do this weekend in Seattle. You and your kids can learn yoga, dance, learn more about animals or meet R2D2! Here are some of our favorite activities.
Black History Month is celebrated in February to acknowledge life struggles and accomplishments of African American people. This month, you have an opportunity to meet a NASA astronaut, a famous storyteller, local community leaders, and view several interesting films and documentaries around the Sound.
In honor of our veterans and active service men and women, many Seattle area businesses are offering special prices and services for Veteran’s Day. Here are some of our favorites for vets, servicemen and women and their families.
The first Veteran’s Day (called Armistice Day) was proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919. Today, like it was nearly a century ago, we remember the heroism of our service men and women and honor our Veterans. In Puget Sound, there are many celebrations and observances to attend.