The Museum of Flight in Seattle is a big place. We were there yesterday morning ready for opening at 10.00 a.m and still there at last orders at 5.00 p.m. We just about saw it all although we could have taken longer on some areas especially if the space exhibition was fully open. There is a lot on display, primarily in three main areas plus an early history of Boeing exhibition in the Red Barn, the original Boeing workshop around which the museum is built. The main hangar includes a number of aircraft hanging from the rafters, which is not great for pictures but allows a greater number of exhibits. Displays are pretty well presented and informative but packed quite close in the main and the glass all around does not always help exposure. Anyway, I’ll start with this hangar with more to follow.