The Asian Art Museum is in a gem of an Art Deco building, erected in 1933 and located in bucolic Volunteer Park. Its collections of Asian art remain the single...
Volunteer Park, 1400 E Prospect St
The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art was founded in 2006 when artists and community members joined together to fill a hole that the absence of a central art muse...
550 Winslow Way E
The Eastside's art museum was imagined, in the boom days of the '90s, as a cutting-edge contemporary art center located inside a designer building. Steven Holl...
510 Bellevue Way NE
The Burke Museum, in its current form, serves as the University of Washington's museum of natural history and anthropology. In its earliest form, the museum ser...
University of Washington, 17th Ave NE & NE 45th St
Chihuly Garden and Glass is an exhibition hall on the campus of the Seattle Center. It was established in 2012 to display studio glass work created by Dale Chih...
305 Harrison St, Seattle Center
The Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum aims to "preserve and interpret the heritage of the Columbia Pacific region, including the lower Columbia River and adjacen...
115 Lake St SE
Since its establishment in 2000, the EMP has become a cherished Seattle destination. While the museum's roots and inspirations lie in rock 'n' roll, it has tran...
325 Fifth Ave N
The Flying Heritage Collection, a project established and funded by Paul Allen, restores and displays fighter planes with a special focus on combat aircrafts fr...
3407 109th St SW
For decades, the Frye, founded in the early 20th century by a Seattle meat-packing family, was a sleepy place full of gilt frames and orthopedic shoes. In recen...
704 Terry Ave
The Hands on Children's Museum aims to "stimulates curiosity, creativity and learning through fun, interactive exhibits and programs for children, families and...
414 Jefferson St. NE
Here, though this is the oldest public art museum in the state (founded in 1927), you can expect to see new art, or at least art made since around 1960. There a...
15th Ave NE and NE 41st St
The Holocaust Center for Humanity has been teaching students in the Pacific Northwest about the holocaust since 1989, and more recently opened a museum that fea...
2045 2nd Ave
The Karshner Museum aims to provide "students [with] an opportunity to learn about the world's diverse cultures through participatory education. Through the int...
309 4th St NE
KidsQuest Children's Museum strives to engage the mind, body, and soul of a child from birth to age eight. They do so through interactive exhibits on topics ran...
4091 Factoria Mall SE
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Museum aims to educate visitors about the voyage that many took to get rich out west. This museum "offers educational pro...
319 2nd Ave S
The ACM houses a variety of 300 cars, trucks and motorcycles from various different owners. The museum sets out to preserve America's automotive treasures and h...
2702 East D St
The Living Computer Museum combines the history of technological advancements with human transformation to show how computers have helped to document the journe...
2245 First Ave S
The Museum of Flight was founded in 1964 by a group of individuals that recognized the need for and importance of a museum that protected and displayed historic...
9404 E Marginal Way S
The Museum of Glass showcases some of the best art from glass artists around the world. They host a variety of collections that focus on modern glass art, visit...
1801 Dock St
The MOHAI is a must see for any Seattleite. The museum houses many stories, artifacts, and activities that help attendees connect with the region and its histor...
860 Terry Ave N
South Lake Union
The Museum of Northwest Art, originally known as the Valley Museum of Northwest Art, was founded in 1981 by Art Hupy. The MoNA aims to connect Northwest artists...
121 S First St
The MOSA is a nonprofit that seeks to make art more accessible for children and adults with disabilities. At its foundation, the museum serves as an inclusive v...
720 238th St SE Ste 1
The Nordic Heritage Museum is the only museum in America to honor the history of individuals who come from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norw...
3014 NW 67th St
The Northwest African American Museum was founded in 1981 by the Community Exchange, a multi-racial coalition in Washington. It is housed in the Colman School b...
2300 S Massachusetts St
The Northwest Railway Museum aims to educate visitors on the key role that the railroad played in the development of Washington State and its neighbors. The mus...
38625 SE King St
The Olympic Sculpture serves as an outdoor branch of the Seattle Art Museum. Many permanent and traveling installations are featured throughout the park. The pa...
2901 Western Ave
The Pacific Bonsai Museum serves as the home to many bonsai from Pacific Rim nations. Since its 1989 conception, the Collection has grown to roughly one hundred...
2515 S 336th St
The Pacific Science Center was established in 1962 during the Seattle World's Fair. It was the first U.S. museum founded as a center for science and technology....
200 Second Ave N
The Portland Art Museum boasts itself as the oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest. It was founded in 1892 on the heels of the creation of the Portland Art...
1219 SW Park Avenue
SJIMA displays roughly eight to ten exhibits each year throughout their three in house galleries. They also host a lecture series called Art as a Voice. They en...
540 Spring Street
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