Museum of Flight
Georgetown Steam Plant
The Georgetown Steam Plant, built in 1906, has one of the last working examples of the large-scale steam turbines that doubled the...
Hat 'n' Boots
These two sculptures of a giant cowboy hat and boots are one of those only-in-America roadside attractions that originally embellished a...
This public park in a quiet residential part of Georgetown contains a community pea patch and is home to the giant, carefully restored,...
This redbrick industrial hangout for scooterists and sport-bike riders has vintage motorcycles propped up in the windows, a hearty...
Of all the redbrick drinking houses that line Georgetown’s Airport Way S, Brass Tacks is the most ‘gourmet’ place. Here you can sit at...
9404 E Marginal Way S, Boeing Field · interesting places nearby
Museum of Flight information
Chronicling flight history from Kitty Hawk to Concorde, the city that spawned Boeing, not surprisingly, coughs up one of the nation's finest aviation museums. It's a multifarious affair gluing together a broad sweep of flying-related memorabilia in several hangar-sized galleries. The exhibits include some of the most ingenious human-made objects that have defied gravity: picture nefarious V2 rockets, Apollo lunar modules and aerodynamic gliders.