I have a very similar shot from our visit: My dad worked for Boeing for 40 years, and my grandpa was a civilian that worked with many top secret aircraft/projects during WWII. Dad's very proud of the museum and what he was able to donate to it from my grandpa's things.
The Museum of Flight has a pretty neat living history department as well. Throughout the month they have different folks come in, dress a character and give mini history lessons. They have an actor that does WWI & II nurses as well as Jackie O on Air Force One (Alice), a WASP pilot (Diane) and I do Rosie the Riveter.
We also have folks come in as USO hostesses during WWII, injured soldiers, a pilot, the frenchmen who invented the hot air balloon, WWII journalists. It is a really fun gig.
I usually do 1st Thursday night of the month (admission is free then), come out ans see me sometime.