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MozCon Field Guide: Exploring Summertime Seattle


Seattle Asian Art Museum

Located at Volunteer Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, the Seattle Asian Art Museum is another location of SAM. The featured exhibit, Anida Yoeu Ali: Hybrid Skin, Mythical Presence, will be on display until July 7, 2024. This museum is open Friday through Sunday.

Northwest African American Museum

Self-described as “… an anti-racist, pro-equity, affirming gathering place of hope, help, and healing for the entire Northwest region that is building intergenerational cultural wealth,” the Northwest African American Museum is open Thursday through Sunday. If you can’t attend MozCon in person, the museum also offers virtual exhibits and online education programs.

Museum of Flight

Seattle has a rich aerospace history, and you can learn all about it at the Museum of Flight. This museum is larger than life, featuring exhibits about space and air travel, which include real planes (and a space shuttle full fuselage trainer!).

MoPop

Located below the Space Needle, the Museum of Pop Culture, aka MoPop, is such a fun experience! It features exhibits about music, science fiction, indie games, and the world of fantasy. These exhibits are filled with relics, props, costumes, and more from your favorite films and TV shows. They currently have a special exhibit on display called Hidden Worlds: The Films of LAIKA, which is all about the Oregon-based studio behind hit films like Coraline and ParaNorman. And don’t forget to check out their newest exhibit – MASSIVE: the Power of Pop Culture, featuring artifacts from movies like Terminator 2 and The Wizard of Oz alongside other tributes to recent trends. It is a must-see for any pop culture fan!

MOHAI

The Museum of History and Industry is located on the edge of Lake Union and features exhibits all about Seattle’s history. During June, they will even have a LEGO exhibit on display called Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks. This exciting exhibit will feature skyscrapers from around the world built entirely from LEGO bricks.

National Nordic Museum

Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, the National Nordic Museum “is the only institution of its size and scale in the United States to present the history and culture of the entire Nordic region … and the legacy of Nordic immigrants to the United States.” If you’re planning to visit this unique museum, just remember that it is closed on Mondays.

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