Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM) is home to a rare collection of vintage military aircraft, tanks, combat armor and other technologies. Nearly every plane and piece of armor on display is restored and maintained to the highest standards. In fact, most of our artifacts are in working condition.
Maintaining a vintage operational collection is painstaking work! Our mechanics are subject matter experts and masters of their craft. They have expertise in a wide variety of foreign and domestic aircraft, vehicles, and machinery that is generations old, coupled with the skill to perform the work, which often involves fabricating parts from scratch. They perform their work out on the museum floor, so it’s common for guests to see them actively engaged in a project.
Nothing compares to hearing the Hellcat’s engine start up, watching the Sherman Tank roar around the track, or feeling the percussive blast from the 88 Flak Gun firing blanks. We hope you will join us and partake in the vibrant, living history that we offer!
We are located at Seattle Paine Field: 3407 109th Street SW, Everett, WA 98204.
Northbound I-5: Take the 128th Street exit (Exit 186). Turn left on 128th Street, which will become Airport Road at the intersection of 128th and Hwy 99. Continue on Airport Road, and turn left at 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slightly left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to FHCAM.
Southbound I-5: Take the Mukilteo/Paine Field exit (Exit 189), and go west on 526. Take the Airport Road/Paine Field exit from 526. Follow Airport Road until you come to 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slightly left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to FHCAM. Free parking is available in the lot just outside/adjacent to the hangar facility.
Flying to FHCAM: Visitors flying to Seatle Paine Field on private aircraft will be directed to the FBO upon arrival. For additional information on services offered at the FBO, please contact Propeller Aero Services.