Ok, if you like airplanes, the tour is a must. Very cool seeing 747, 777 and 787 being produced. 747-8 in production July 2014. It'd be nice if they gave you a little time to read/watch the information on the observation floors- our guide, while humorous and knowledgeable, did not give time for this. Have good talk then moved us on immediately).
My complaint and rating based on the fact that the Aviation Center was closed the afternoon we were there (to set up for an Air New Zealand party taking delivery of the very first 787-9). We had just bought our tickets the afternoon before and there was no mention of this. I don't think that's right. They gave $5 voucher for food or gift shop, but they should have simply reduced the price (adds up! $18 x 4 = $72)
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