We’ve already told you about the July 17 theatrical premiere of Flight: The Genius of Birds, which is FREE (given the limitations of space) at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. It actually gets even better. As part of the event, attendees will have access to the very cool Personal Courage Wing, complete with 18 and 10 exhibits respectively of World War I and World War II fighter aircraft. The Museum of Flight is one of Seattle’s gems, but under ordinary circumstances getting in is not cheap ($18 per adult, $10 for youths). However if you register by Monday, July 15, for the premiere of Flight, you can see the Personal Courage Wing, a highlight of a visit to the Museum, FREE along with your FREE admission.
More information here. Did we mention that it’s FREE? Go register now.
The exhibits will be open to visit from 6:30 pm to 8 pm, with the event beginning at 8 pm. You should plan to arrive through the main entrance to check in.
Of course, you can also find Flight on DVD and Blu-ray here.
Image credit: Museum of Flight.