Seattle's iconic Museum of History and Industry has reopened to the public

Apr 5 2021, 10:56 am

Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry has reopened to the public.

The museum teaches Seattleites how the city rebuilt after the Great Seattle Fire in 1889, the booming of the city during two World Wars and two World’s Fairs, and how the city came to be.

The museum is currently open with timed and ticketed entry, allowing guests a 40-minute window for entry. Guests over the age of two must don face coverings, and social distancing is encouraged.

While the KidStruction one on the third floor remains closed, all permanent exhibits have opened including The Bezos Center for InnovationTrue Northwest: The Seattle Journey, and Maritime Seattle.

Stand Up Seattle: The Democracy Project is also open with a one-way path and social distancing guidelines posted to help visitors navigate through the museum and exhibits.

Those interested in purchasing tickets to the Museum of History and Industry can do so on the MOHAI website.

Alyssa TherrienAlyssa Therrien

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