Hours & Admission
Experience history come to life at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum!
With the evolution of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Snohomish County, we are closing the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum starting March 6, 2020 for a limited time. As a public museum, this is a preventative action to ensure the safety of all our guests, volunteers and employees. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Perfect for enthusiasts of all ages, FHCAM offers a unique glimpse into the past through restored military treasures that operate on select dates throughout the summer. Set amidst three spacious working hangars, visitors can explore 26 rare warbirds and 25 combat vehicles dating back to 1935, and speak with mechanics who keep them flying and rolling!
The museum also offers interactive exhibits that help visitors discover the innovations of the past and the humanity behind military history. Whether an individual, family or large group, FHCAM's exclusive offerings let you experience powerful history that changed the world.
The FHCAM is a dynamic collection, including warbirds from multiple homefronts, tanks, and other military technologies; with a focus on restoring and sharing them in their original, working conditions. Periodically, one or more of our exhibits are temporarily absent to participate in an event, for maintenance, or for continuing restoration.
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday through Sunday from Labor Day to Memorial Day.
Seven days a week the rest of the year.
Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Christmas Eve closure at 2pm.
||Children (5 and under)
Discounts available online.
AAA discount available with valid card
Tickets can be purchased at the ticket desk upon arrival to the collection during normal business hours.
Group Tour Operators
Group Tour Operators are invited to call (206) 342-4243
between 10AM and 5PM (PST), or use our online tour request form