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Morning Tour of Boeing Factory from Seattle
"The small-group Seattle Boeing Factory Tour starts when your professionally trained driver picks you up from your hotel. Once aboard your driver will share some quirky and interesting facts about the Pacific Northwest. All drivers are happy to answer any of your questions so ask away! Once you arrive at the Boeing factory you will be escorted on an informative and fun tour of the Boeing plant by Boeing representatives. You'll see where Boeing's 747 767 777 and Dreamliner aircraft are manufactured in the largest building in the world by volume. On the Boeing flight line you will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world. Also visit the new Future of Flight interpretive center to experience the marvel of commercial jet aviation and production. Visitors c
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Boeing Factory and Future of Flight Aviation Tour
"At the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour  explore a unique interpretive facility designed to experience the marvel of commercial jet aviation and production. Interactive exhibits allow visitors to design their own airplanes from start to finish. They can sit in a real cockpit view aircraft engines and touch the skin of a Boeing 747 tail. Strategically located information kiosks help visitors understand the fascinating influence that air travel will have on our lives throughout the 21st century.Enjoy a fully guided factory tour plus time to spend at the Future of Flight interpretive centre Explore Boeing factory the largest building in the world See 747 767
From $79.00
 
Boeing Factory and Optional Restoration Center Tour with Private Transport from Seattle
"After pickup at your Seattle-area location — whether hotel residence or another spot — make the drive to the city of Everett north of Seattle. Depending on the size of your party enjoy comfortable private transportation by town car or van. On the way your private driver will point out interesting sights and tell you a bit about Boeing’s history and what to expect at the factory. When you arrive at the massive Boeing factory — the largest building in the world! — meet your tour guide and fello view the assembly of Boeing’s major airplanes: the 747
From $510.00

More Things to Do in Port Townsend

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Dungeness Spit

Another impression of the landscape at Dungeness Spit. Pacific Ocean on the left, and tideflat on the right. They say it is America's longest natural sand spit. To get there follow the coastline...
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By land or by sea

Port Townsend has lots of great parks for beachcombing, biking, hiking, picnicking or just having a morning latte along the waterfront. This tiny pocket garden (Water and Adams Street) is right...
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Shop, eat, drink, repeat.

Water Street, which is sort of Port Townsend's Main Street, has lots of shops, galleries, restaurants and a few pubs: great place to fritter away a few hours (and a few $$). The heaviest concentration...
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The Architecture

A walk around Port Townsend's fascinating Victorian architecture is a must. The heaviest concentration is in the old downtown area around Water and Washington streets, and on the high bluff...
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Walking the Waterfront

The waterfront is a wonderful place explore and there are various pedestrian routes along the shoreline that include parks, marinas, beach access and viewpoints. See the link for where to get walking,...
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Over the Sound

When you're exploring the Victorian houses on top of the bluff (or what they appropriately call "Uptown") there are several points along Jefferson Street with nice panoramas of downtown and the sound....
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Old shop on main street (N.D. Hill Building)

An old shop building. Everything about the building seems just right, the colour [perhaps I should say 'color' ;-)] of the stones, the arches, the windows and curtains, the glass panel above the door,...
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Fort Worden State Park

NOTE: As of July 1, 2011, a day use fee has been implemented at many Washington State parks. This fee is $10 per day, or a $30 fee for a year pass. There is a $5 fee in addition to the annual pass fee...
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Point Wilson Light

After dinner, I went out on the veranda and took pictures of a lighthouse I saw which I later identified as Point WilsonThis active lighthouse with an octagonal brick tower with lantern and gallery,...
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PORT HUDSON BEACH

Just north of the small Port Hudson, one finds a rocky beach that expands and contracts with the tides. Watch the constant flow of maritime traffic moving in and out of the Puget Sound. Look across to...
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WOODEN BOATS

Even if you are not here during the Wooden Boat Festival, you can still enjoy some of the craftsmanship involved with the boats that are made from wood. You can also rent some of the small rowboats...
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Bird Watching in Port Townsend

Before Port Townsend was a city, this was apparently a fairly popular place for migrating and wintering birds to spend their time.Today, despite the boat traffic, the dog traffic, and the various...
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Northwest Maritime Center and Its Viewpoints

Located as far down Water Street as you can go without driving into the water, the Maritime Center is a mixture of museum, tourist event center, store, and viewpoint."The mission of the Northwest...
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Jefferson County Historical Society Museum

The museum is located several blocks from the end of Water Street, right in what was the bustling center of Port Townsend. The building once served as Port Townsend's city hall.Admission is currently...
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