Friends of Naval Air Station Seattle was formed:
  • To educate the public of the importance of NAS Seattle to aviation and the military history;
  • To advocate and protect the site as a recognized state, federal, and city historic district;
  • To develop the site to reflect its historical significance.
Our long term goal is to create a museum on site celebrating
its local and regional history.

The Friends of Sand Point Magnuson Park Historic District was
incorporated on August 20, 2002 and approved as a 501(c)3
March 26, 2007.

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Please join us for the Q3 Meeting and Site Visit/Tour
on Saturday, August 8, 2015

2015 Reunion/Celebration: September 26 & 27, 2015

Memories of NAS Sand Point Personal Interviews (YouTube)

Our September 26-28th 2014 Celebration Program (YouTube)

Home movie of Seattle and Western Washington circa 1955,
with shots of NAS Sand Point at 47 seconds in. (YouTube)

Photos from the second quarter board meeting. (SmugMug)

NAS Sand Point Images on Bing
(select "Play all results" for a slide show)

NAS Sand Point Historic District-Expanded Proposal

Supported by Grants from 4Culture (King County) and Seattle Department of Neighborhoods 4 Culture Logo Seattle Department Of Neighborhoods Logo



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