The Charm of Everett’s Museums

A Collection of Museums for the Whole Family

Everett boasts of a couple of history-rich aviation museums plus other museums that are as engaging, educational, and inspiring to kids and adults.

The Flying Heritage Museum located in Paine Field, Everett offers aeronautical discovery of largely combat aircraft used in the last world war with the latest technology of the time. Aircraft from Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Russia, and the US, where some are the last surviving units of its kind, can be appreciated on the grounds or when they take to the skies. Small by standards, the museum’s rare offerings are unquestionably authentic.

Another museum, the Museum of Flight Restoration Center in Paine Field Airport also, is a restorative museum and a reserve collection where volunteers work thousands of hours to accurately restore acquired planes to their original aesthetics and function. The public is invited to see on-going work on these vintage planes.

The Schack Art Center features art work exhibits from local and international artists, also professionals and emerging artists. It has first class production studios for learning art, art sales and auctions, and even a glassblowing experience.

At Imagine Children’s Museum, a fun space for kids 12 years and below, near the Schack Art Center, is a multi-awarded art center with a water-play area and a rooftop playground.

Learn and Enjoy and Live Close By

Have your hotel stay with us when you visit Everett and bring your entire family to explore the city’s museums. Your Everett hotel, the Quality Inn and Suites, is your affordable, yet full-amenity accommodation in the very heart of the city.