Museums and Galleries
The Burke Museum, located in the University of Washington campus, welcomes all visitors who are curious about the natural wonders of Washington state, the Pacific Northwest, and the Pacific Rim.
CENTER FOR WOODEN BOATS MARITIME MUSEUM
The Center for Wooden Boats is a hands on maritime museum. Its purpose is to preserve a rich, vital and varied small craft heritage by preserving both the artifacts and the time-tested maritime skills.
CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ART (CoCA)
CoCA serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of contemporary art.
THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
The mission of The Children's Museum, located in Seattle Center, is to bring to life the joy of discovery for children and their families through fun, creative and hands-on explorations of the world around them.
Located in Seattle Center, EMP uses dynamic programs, cutting-edge technology, and interpretative, interactive exhibitions focused on American popular culture to engage museum visitors in critical thinking about creativity in contemporary society.
FRYE ART MUSEUM
The Frye Art Museum showcases works from the Frye Founding Collection of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century European paintings, as well as notable exhibitions of works by internationally renowned and emerging artists.
HENRY ART GALLERY
The Henry Art Gallery, the art museum of the University of Washington, is a nationally-recognized center for the exploration of visual culture and is the Pacific Northwest's premier modern and contemporary art museum.
MUSEUM OF FLIGHT
The Museum of Flight is one of the world's premiere air and space museums, with something to offer every member of your family or group.
MUSEUM OF HISTORY & INDUSTRY (MOHAI)
The Museum of History & Industry offers engaging exhibits and programs of the Northwest's diverse cultural, social and economic history.
NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUM
The Nordic Heritage Museum is the only museum in the United States to honor the legacy of immigrants from the five Nordic countries.
OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK
The Olympic Sculpture Park is a vibrant, 9-acre green space for people to experience art outdoors.
PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER
Pacific Science Center, located in the Seattle Center, inspires a lifelong interest in science, mathematics and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs.
SCIENCE FICTION MUSEUM
The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (SFM), located in Seattle Center, is the first museum devoted to the dynamic and far-reaching genre of science fiction.
SEATTLE ART MUSEUM
Seattle Art Museum in Downtown Seattle offers the public a rich mix of special exhibits, galleries, family programs, films, lectures, tours, performances and more.
SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM
The Seattle Asian Art Museum offers a world-renowned collection of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Southeast Asian, and Himalayan art.
SEATTLE METROPOLITAN POLICE MUSEUM
Located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum is the largest police museum in the western U.S., combining historical displays with an interactive learning area for children and adults.
SODO URBAN ART CORRIDOR
The SODO Urban Art Corridor was developed to enrich the surroundings and discourage graffiti by creating murals throughout this area of Seattle.
WING LUKE ASIAN MUSEUM
The Wing Luke Asian Museum engages the Asian Pacific American communities and the public in exploring issues related to the culture, art and history of Asian Pacific Americans.