As part of the Native Northwest Art exhibit, Native artists showcase their creative heritage with the likes of canoes, house posts, and totem poles.
Explore this gallery and traditional cedar longhouse—a type of building used from ancient times to today as a gathering place for tribal business and events.
Understand the pan-Asian Pacific American immigrant and refugee experience through five themes—Home, Getting Here, Making a Living, Social Justice, and Community—at this experiential museum, which also offers tours of the surrounding Chinatown- International District neighborhood.
The permanent exhibit True Northwest: The Seattle Journey traces the city’s origins from the 1790s to today.
Inside a building designed to mimic a fjord, learn about the journey of Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, and Icelandic immigrants to the Pacific Northwest.
While the NAAM’s building is temporarily closed, the museum continues to host a variety of virtual and outdoor exhibitions and programming that put the spotlight on Black voices and the history of African Americans in the Northwest.
This online museum covers the history of Jewish communities in Washington state through digital exhibits such as the Seattle Historic Sephardic Jewish Tour, with an accompanying podcast, videos, and interactive map.
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