Seattle Museums

Be sure to take in as many of these as you can. Leave plenty of time to spend admiring the works of art and the different exhibits that are housed all over the city of Seattle. Comfortable shoes are a must because a lot of walking may be necessary. These museums are well worth the effort and the knowledge you’ll gain is phenomenal. Be sure to stop in the gift shops for souvenirs of your visit to the Seattle museums.

Travel Guide

When you’re in Seattle make time to see the Seattle Art Museum and the Frye Art Museum. Both of these great museums house fantastic art pieces and paintings. Also you’ll want to see the Museum of Flight while you’re in Seattle and learn all about the Wright Brothers and the history of Flight. The Log House Museum is where you’ll learn everything you need to know about the history of Seattle. You’ll definitely want to go there too.

You’ll be glad you went to any of the ones listed below and there are more. The tourist center is a great source of information for more Museums in Seattle.

Seattle Art Museum
P.O. Box 22000, Seattle, WA 98122-9700
The Seattle Art Museum has the most awesome collection of artwork. Take your time admiring these works of art.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave
Seattle, WA
The Frye Art Museum houses American and European painting. This is a great museum to visit.

Museum of History and Industry
2700 24th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
You’ll learn so much when you visit the Museum of History and Industry. There are fantastic exhibits to keep you more than interested.

Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 NW 67th St
Seattle, WA
The Nordic Heritage Museum is a great place to learn all about the history of immigration. If you love historical information you must go to this museum.

Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way S
Seattle, WA 98108
Everything you wanted to know about the history of Flight and the Wright Brothers you’ll find in the Museum of Flight.

Log House Museum
3003 61st Ave SW
Seattle, WA
The Log House Museum has the history of Seattle. Open from 12 to 6pm weekdays and until 3pm weekends. No admission charge but they hope you’ll make a small donation. Said to be the birthplace of Seattle everything you need to know about the area you’ll find in this museum.