Frye Art Museum

Frye Art Museum

Museums Capitol Hill

Located on Seattle’s First Hill, the Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952 and received an award-winning renovation from renowned local firm Olson Kundig in 1997. The Collection showcases nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century paintings, as well as more contemporary works. Admission is always free.

The museum is available for private events. The building boasts stunning architecture and a spacious interior, offering a picturesque backdrop for guests to converse while engaging with art. Close to downtown, the Museum is convenient for all guests whether local or visiting for a meeting.

All visitors are welcome to join a wide variety of programming and events, from free daily tours to film screenings, concerts, artist lectures, and more. The Museum also has a Café serving seasonal bites alongside beverages and desserts. The Museum Store features a curated collection of items from Pacific Northwest designers and artists.

Young Blood Exhibition, 2016


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