Museum Of History And Industry

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About Museum Of History And Industry, Seattle

Situated within a beautiful and architecturally elegant building, the Museum of History and Industry is a major tourist attraction. However, even the residenst of Seattle like to visit it again and again! The museum tells the story of Seattle through thousands of rare objects and historic images. The interactive displays and exhibits leave all age groups enthralled. Visit the museum and be a part of the legendary stories of men and women who built Seattle from wilderness to a magnificent city. On display are ivory carvings, paintings, firearms, baskets made by the tribes, ship models, medical equipments, kitchen gadgets, toys and a lot more from the bygone era. They also have interesting temporary exhibits all round the year. The Museum of History and Industry is in itself a functioning research department as well.

Museum Of History And Industry Information

  • Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult chaperone.

Museum Of History And Industry Tickets Prices

  • Senior (62 and above): $15.95
  • Students and Military: $13.95
  • Youth (14 and under): free (must be accompanied by a chaperone)
  • Group (10 or more): special rates 

Museum Of History And Industry Opening and Closing Hours

Summer Extended Hour:

  • Thursday, July and August: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
  • The museum: closed at 5:00 pm on Thursday (August 4th).
  • The museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
  • The museum closes at 2:00 pm on 24th and 31st December.

How To Get To Museum Of History And Industry by Public Transport

  • SLU Street car- Terry Avenue N.
  • Westlake Avenue N and Mercer Street bus stop

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Address: 860 Terry Avenue N Seattle, WA 98109, USA

Phone: +1-2063241126

Ticket Price: 20 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • A fantastic, well organized, perfect example of a museum. Visited before moving here and will still continue to frequent its exhibits. The whole place is an interactive and informative experience. Would 1,000% recommend for families and children 10+ Learned a lot about Seattle's history and you can't beat the views on the dock! Love!

  • Such a wonderful museum. Love learning about Seattle's history of boom, bust, and continuous innovation. Great for visiting friends and families that like museums and don't necessarily enjoy the crowds. Plus it's in Lake Union Park so there's a lot of really scenic views, outdoor spaces; and you can even watch seaplanes take off and land on the water.

  • Tons of history with really detailed exhibits. If you like to stop and read everything you could easily spend 3-4 hours here. Make sure to check out the 4th floor, maritime museum, and take a look through the periscope for a 360° view of Seattle.

  • Best history museum I have ever been to. The exhibits are fun and hold your attentions--including a mini musical about the great Seattle fire. Rotating exhibits are well done also. I went to the edible Seattle exhibit about food around the northwest area. Only complaint is that the museum is freezing so bring a sweater.

  • Love It! As a volunteer at another great Seattle Museum I took advantage of National Volunteer Appreciation Week and finally went to the MOHAI. Wow! Way beyond any expectations I had. This place is outstanding! It was very motivating. I love it and it satiated my craving for the history of my hometown in the most creative and mind blowing way. Go! Do it! I will continue to recommend it to everyone who comes to my info desk at SAM only now I will do it with even greater enthusiasm.

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