Faced with voting during a global pandemic, our local leaders are providing critical insights to the rest of the nation on Washington’s vote-by-mail system. Hear from Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and King County Elections Director Julie Wise as they discuss...
Third-generation Seattleite, historian, journalist, and museum visionary Ron Chew spent more than five decades fighting for Asian American and social justice causes in Seattle. In this virtual History Café, Chew will share stories from his upcoming memoir My Unforgotten Seattle. Photo: “In...
Celebrate the 131st anniversary of the Great Seattle Fire with MOHAI and the Seattle Fire Department at this free, family-friendly, virtual event sponsored by Amazon (with optional programming in Spanish). Your young firefighters-in-training will love learning fire safety tips, making crafts at...
Join MOHAI for our biggest fundraiser of the year! Save the date and help us celebrate History Makers in our community. This year’s event pays tribute to everyday community heroes across the region who demonstrate all acts of kindness, heroism, and change—big...
During this historic moment, we invite you to connect with MOHAI in a new digital way. Find fun and unique ways to explore history at home with your friends and family.
This isn’t your everyday museum podcast—it’s completely teen-researched, written, and produced!
Help support Puget Sound’s young people. Each fall, History Makers celebrates MOHAI’s accomplishments of that year and toasts the Educator of the Year, while raising support for upcoming education and programming activities.
MOHAI Youth Advisors (MYA) is a place for high school students to investigate, explore, and be empowered to create a more teen-friendly museum.
Learn about some of the most influential topics in Seattle and Puget Sound history.
Leonard Garfield, the Museum of History & Industry’s beloved Executive Director, is celebrating twenty years at MOHAI in April 2019. To honor his contributions to MOHAI and our community, the MOHAI Board of Trustees has established the Leonard Garfield Legacy Endowment. This...
Join a monthly conversation uncovering unique Seattle stories relevant to a changing community.
Tinker, experiment, and create alongside some of Seattle’s most innovative makers.
Drop by MOHAI on Summer Mondays for hands-on learning experiences designed to be shared by early learners and their grown-ups.
Kids ages 3–10 use Exploration and Innovation Packs to go on a journey through MOHAI and investigate history in fun new ways.
What defines Seattle’s style? Unveil local trends and fashion during lectures and viewings.
Discuss topics with peers about the greatest issues facing Seattle, King County, Puget Sound, and Washington State.
What’s YOUR Seattle story? Seattle holds a different story for every one of us. To explore the complicated and multifaceted history of this city, the MOHAI Youth Advisors have launched a book club.
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