Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum
Paul G. Allen’s Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is a premiere assemblage of historical artifacts, each of which has been meticulously restored to its original condition. Currently, about twenty aircraft, tanks and other major artifacts are displayed to the public at any one time. In 2008, FHCAM opened its first facility in Everett, WA featuring innovative exhibitry and offering greater exposure of the Collection to the public. Subsequently a second hangar was built to accommodate the growing Collection and to allow for the addition of a theater and later a driving arena was constructed to showcase the operations of military vehicles. A third 30,000 SF hangar will break ground in 2017. The Friends of Flying Heritage was established concurrently with the opening of the first building at Paine Field to facilitate and enrich the visitor experience.