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The footbridge in Lake Union Park is currently closed for maintenance by Seattle Parks and Recreation. Visitors to MOHAI who park in the AGC lot will need to walk south on Westlake Avenue N, past the bridge, and through the park to reach the museum. ADA parking is always available adjacent to the museum, accessible via the call box on Terry Avenue. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience. Please feel free to call us at 206-324-1126 with any questions or concerns.

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860 Terry Ave N, Seattle WA, 98109
t: 206-324-1126

Open daily from 10am to 5pm
First Thursday of the month (free),
10 am–8 pm
Summer Extended Hours
Thursdays, July and August, 10 am–8 pm


Closed November 4, 2016, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
Closed at 2 pm on Dec. 24 and Dec. 31

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A woman travels to an interment camp from Bainbridge Island, 1942
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A woman travels to an interment camp from Bainbridge Island, 1942