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Evergreen Aviation Museum Wings and Waves Water Park from Recycled 747

 - May 9, 2010
References: oregonlive & kgw
The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, home of the Spruce Goose, is constructing the Wings & Waves Water Park and it's going to be a blast. A retired 747 airplane has been placed above the air museum complex and is being converted into an indoor water park. Visitors will be able to waterslide down the emergency exits, through the roof of the building and into a water park pool below.

Set to open in Summer of 2011, there will be a wave pool, play areas, waterslides and interactive exhibits, making the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum Wind and Waves Water Park a unique Oregon attraction.