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Wednesday May 1, 2024

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Tuesday May 7, 2024

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Wednesday May 8, 2024

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Thursday May 9, 2024

Each pass will permit up to two adults and all children under 18 years of age to have access at no charge to the Museum during normal business hours.

Come visit the Henry! Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, the Henry is recognized for groundbreaking exhibitions, for championing artists who go on to global acclaim, and for fostering conversation through a wide range of public programs. Light Reign, a James Turrell skyspace, is the museum’s only permanent installation and a destination for students, residents, and visitors alike. Open Thursday 10-7, Friday-Sunday 10-5, the Henry is located on the University of Washington campus, roughly at the cross streets of 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St.

   

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

This pass admits up to 2 people for the Museum Experience (includes all-day pass to gallery exhibitions & a 45-minute guided tour of the 1910 Historic Hotel and Yick Fung Company) during regular business hours. Pass MUST be presented upon entry along with photo I.D. Visitors must wear a mask and maintain six feet of space between others.

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a place like no other. This is a museum of stories where visitors are immersed in uniquely-American stories of survival, success, conflict, compassion and hope. Located in the heart of Seattle's vibrant Chinatown-International District, the museum itself is housed in a preserved immigrant hotel where countless immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge. Visitors are able to step inside a 1910 shop that sold import goods plus walk through an authentic Chinese American Family Association with its original tin ceilings and mahjong games. Visitors also can experience contemporary Asian Pacific American issues through authentic stories, bold art and thought-provoking exhibitions in the many galleries. As a Smithsonian affiliate and our nation's only museum devoted to the Asian Pacific American experience, The Wing is one of the few places that can truly give you a new perspective on what it means to be American.

   

Friday May 10, 2024

This pass will permit up to two (2) adults and three (3) youths to have access at no charge each day to the Museum during designated hours of operation in which the Museum is open to the public. Pass users are responsible for checking the hours of operation prior to arrival. Pass users who arrive during non-operating hours will not be admitted.

The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is a rare collection of vintage aircraft, tanks, combat armor and other technologies, painstakingly restored to working condition and displayed alongside interactive multimedia exhibits like Why War: The Causes of Conflict. Visitors will often find FHCAM mechanics working on restoration and maintenance as they explore the museum, providing a unique opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the process of bringing historic technology back to life. FHCAM is more than a passive display of vintage machines, it allows attendees to hear, smell, feel and watch history come to life!

   

Each pass will permit up to two adults and all children under 18 years of age to have access at no charge to the Museum during normal business hours.

Come visit the Henry! Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, the Henry is recognized for groundbreaking exhibitions, for championing artists who go on to global acclaim, and for fostering conversation through a wide range of public programs. Light Reign, a James Turrell skyspace, is the museum’s only permanent installation and a destination for students, residents, and visitors alike. Open Thursday 10-7, Friday-Sunday 10-5, the Henry is located on the University of Washington campus, roughly at the cross streets of 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St.

   

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Sunday May 12, 2024

Each pass will permit up to two adults and all children under 18 years of age to have access at no charge to the Museum during normal business hours.

Come visit the Henry! Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, the Henry is recognized for groundbreaking exhibitions, for championing artists who go on to global acclaim, and for fostering conversation through a wide range of public programs. Light Reign, a James Turrell skyspace, is the museum’s only permanent installation and a destination for students, residents, and visitors alike. Open Thursday 10-7, Friday-Sunday 10-5, the Henry is located on the University of Washington campus, roughly at the cross streets of 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St.

   

Monday May 13, 2024

This pass admits up to 2 people for the Museum Experience (includes all-day pass to gallery exhibitions & a 45-minute guided tour of the 1910 Historic Hotel and Yick Fung Company) during regular business hours. Pass MUST be presented upon entry along with photo I.D. Visitors must wear a mask and maintain six feet of space between others.

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a place like no other. This is a museum of stories where visitors are immersed in uniquely-American stories of survival, success, conflict, compassion and hope. Located in the heart of Seattle's vibrant Chinatown-International District, the museum itself is housed in a preserved immigrant hotel where countless immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge. Visitors are able to step inside a 1910 shop that sold import goods plus walk through an authentic Chinese American Family Association with its original tin ceilings and mahjong games. Visitors also can experience contemporary Asian Pacific American issues through authentic stories, bold art and thought-provoking exhibitions in the many galleries. As a Smithsonian affiliate and our nation's only museum devoted to the Asian Pacific American experience, The Wing is one of the few places that can truly give you a new perspective on what it means to be American.

   

Tuesday May 14, 2024

This pass admits up to 2 people (children 3 and under are admitted for free) to the Museum during regular open hours, excluding special engagements and events. Pass MUST be presented upon entry along with photo I.D. We do not offer passes on the first Thursday of the month as the Burke Museum has free admission on those days.

Come see the new Burke Museum. Reopened in a new building in 2019, the Burke offers working labs you can see into, one-of-a-kind objects all around you, and galleries filled with curiosity and conversation. The Burke Museum's collections contain over 18 million specimens and objects that help serve to sustain cultural traditions, enable groundbreaking scientific research, and advance conversations that matter to us all today. Open Tuesday-Sunday, the Burke Museum is located on the University of Washington campus.

   

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Wednesday May 15, 2024

This pass admits up to 2 people (children 3 and under are admitted for free) to the Museum during regular open hours, excluding special engagements and events. Pass MUST be presented upon entry along with photo I.D. We do not offer passes on the first Thursday of the month as the Burke Museum has free admission on those days.

Come see the new Burke Museum. Reopened in a new building in 2019, the Burke offers working labs you can see into, one-of-a-kind objects all around you, and galleries filled with curiosity and conversation. The Burke Museum's collections contain over 18 million specimens and objects that help serve to sustain cultural traditions, enable groundbreaking scientific research, and advance conversations that matter to us all today. Open Tuesday-Sunday, the Burke Museum is located on the University of Washington campus.

   

The pass admits up to 2 people free of charge to the National Nordic Museum during regular open hours. The pass is not valid for special exhibitions. Pass-holders MUST present their Museum Pass and photo I.D. to enter the museum.

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture, values, and ideas with people of all ages and backgrounds to create connections, generate dialogue, and inspire new perspectives. The National Nordic Museum presents a wide range of vibrant programs including contemporary art exhibitions, outstanding concerts, lectures, films, culinary arts, traditional folk culture, and a variety of special events throughout the year.

   

Each pass permits two (2) people. Children under 14 are admitted for free. This pass can be used at either the Downtown or Volunteer Park locations.

As the leading visual art institution in the Pacific Northwest, SAM draws on its global collections, powerful exhibitions, and dynamic programs to provide unique educational resources benefiting the Seattle region, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond. Our three distinct locations celebrate the region's position as a crossroads where east meets west, urban meets natural, local meets global. Our collections, installations, special exhibitions, and programs feature art from around the world and build bridges between cultures and centuries. Use your library pass to gain entry to the Downtown and Volunteer Park locations. The Olympic Sculpture Park is always free.

   

This pass admits up to 2 people for the Museum Experience (includes all-day pass to gallery exhibitions & a 45-minute guided tour of the 1910 Historic Hotel and Yick Fung Company) during regular business hours. Pass MUST be presented upon entry along with photo I.D. Visitors must wear a mask and maintain six feet of space between others.

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a place like no other. This is a museum of stories where visitors are immersed in uniquely-American stories of survival, success, conflict, compassion and hope. Located in the heart of Seattle's vibrant Chinatown-International District, the museum itself is housed in a preserved immigrant hotel where countless immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge. Visitors are able to step inside a 1910 shop that sold import goods plus walk through an authentic Chinese American Family Association with its original tin ceilings and mahjong games. Visitors also can experience contemporary Asian Pacific American issues through authentic stories, bold art and thought-provoking exhibitions in the many galleries. As a Smithsonian affiliate and our nation's only museum devoted to the Asian Pacific American experience, The Wing is one of the few places that can truly give you a new perspective on what it means to be American.