2018 Event Schedule

The 2018 Event lineup is finally here!  At these one of a kind events, visitors will experience the warbirds take to the skies and the tanks dominate the grounds in stunning aerial and ground displays throughout the year. 2018 holds TONS of new surprises  including new artifacts, a beer tasting event, and a third building with dozens of new planes & tanks. Check out the FHCAM website for detailed information and pricing details for each event. 

Event Information 


Hangar Construction

In fall of 2018, FHCAM will be opening a third building full of new treasures for our guests to enjoy! Over the next several weeks you will see another project unfolding around the museum- a beautiful glass connector that will link our buildings.  The museum will remain open during the construction and we have made every effort to make the process as minimally invasive to our visitors as possible. Stop by and say hello over the next several weeks.  


Scholarly Saturdays

February 3 
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Germany's WWII Riesenflugzeuge – The Me 321 and 323 Giganten (Giants): A new class of transport aircraft 

During WWII, Germany's resources and supply lines were overextended, and the resupply over vast distances in the East and across the Mediterranean became a challenge that would eventually contribute to Germany's downfall. One attempt of the Luftwaffe's Transportgeschwader (transport command) to resolve this challenge was the introduction of the Messerschmitt Me 321 (a transport glider) and the Me 323, a powered version of the glider aircraft with six 1200 hp radial engines. With a wingspan of 180 ft (a Boeing 747 measures 195 ft!), these aircraft were a class by themselves, whose time had not yet come.

German born spacecraft propulsion engineer and aviation historian Dr. Dieter M. Zube will return to FHCAM on Saturday, February, 3rd at 2:00 pm to present on the development history, design, performance (or lack thereof) and operational use of these behemoths of the air.

Dr. Zube is a graduate of the aerospace engineering department of Germany's Stuttgart University and for more than 20 years has worked as a senior technical staff member on spacecraft propulsion systems at Aerojet Rocketdyne in Redmond, WA. He is an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington and volunteers as a docent and expert in spaceflight and German aerospace history at the Seattle Museum of Flight. His presentation on the Messerschmitt Giganten will be his fourth presentation at the FHCAM.

Scholarly Saturdays are free with paid FHCAM Museum Admission.

Around the Artifact

On February 8th explore two of the icons of WWII with a Versus debate- P-51 vs Zero. Guests will get to examine the two aircraft and listen to two content experts debate the merits of each aircraft against each other. The victor of the debate is in the audience’s hands as they will vote for the better argument. The winner continues on to the April finals.

Doors Open: 6:00 PM for FHCAM Members / 6:30 PM for the General Public

Tickets: $20 General Admission / $15 FHCAM Members / $10 FHCAM Volunteers and Youths
Rosie the Riveter Tribute

February 17, 2018

Join us here at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum on February 17th from 1pm-4pm for a tribute to one of this nation’s most influential women, Rosie the Riveter. 
Parker Fraley, who is believed to be the inspiration for the Rosie the Riveter poster, passed away on January 20th, 2018. As a tribute to this incredible woman, FHCAM invites you to join us for a day dedicated to honoring her legacy. 

• First 100 guests through the door will receive a FREE Women of War Pilot Poster
• Rosie the Riveter Button for first 200 Guests
• Rosie the Riveter Coloring Station
• Women in the Military Guest Speaker(s)
• Paper Airplane Station
• Rosie Inspired Treats
• Rosie the Riveter Photo Booth
• Pin-up photos in front of the P51
• FREE admission for guests who come dressed as Rosie the Riveter

• 1:00PM: Event Begins
• 2:00PM: Welcome & Women in the Military Round table
• 3:00PM: Rosie the Riveter Group Photo in front of the P51
• 3:00PM: Rosie the Riveter Treat Station
• 4:00PM: Event Ends

This event is free with paid museum admission. Those who come dressed in Rosie the Riveter attire will receive FREE entry from 1pm-4pm. 

For more information email info@flyingheritage.com or call 206-342-4242.
Private Event Rental

Did you know that FHCAM rents out our gorgeous museum space for private events?

Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is a unique cultural attraction of rare military artifacts acquired and restored to working condition by investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen. It showcases the revolutionary technological innovations that developed leading up to and during World War II. Set amidst our spacious airplane hangars, visitors of all ages marvel at these treasures of the sky and ground (most of which are the last of their kind).

Against this historical backdrop, FHCAM offers a truly one-of-a-kind event experience to host a private event. Your guests will love the world-class collection of breathtaking aircraft, tanks, vehicles, and other beautifully resorted artifacts.

FHCAM can accommodate special events for groups up to 1,000 guests. Any event can be customized with delectable food and beverage options from either FHCAM’s preferred catering company or a vendor of your choice.

For additional information or make your reservations please give us a little bit of information on what you are looking for: 

Rental Questionnaire


Upstream Music Fest + Summit

Upstream Music Fest + Summit is a three day music fest where attendees can discover acclaimed national artists performing alongside 200+ rising stars from the Northwest and beyond. The open campus in the heart of Seattle’s historic arts and entertainment district allows for serendipitous moments for fans and musicians alike, and the variety of ticket options means you can curate your perfect weekend of music. Don't miss out on early bird ticket Pricing: 


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Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum
3407 109th St SW
Everett, WA 98204

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