Following an election year like no other, Stand Up Seattle: The Democracy Project is an exploration of the power of self-government, engaging visitors in experiences that encourage them to take action now to create the change they want to see.
Explore how innovation shaped the Puget Sound region and changed the world. Through interactive exhibits, community and educational programs, and first-person insights from leading innovators, discover Seattle’s role as a nexus of big ideas and new directions.
Discover how Puget Sound’s dramatic environment, diverse population, connections to the broader world, and inventive spirit have shaped its history.
Create your own fun in MOHAI’s Kid-Struction Zone! For children 2–7 years old and their caregivers, Kid-Struction Zone helps young visitors learn through fun, hands-on interactions while stimulating curiosity and creativity.
From the builders of some of America’s earliest railroads and farms, to civil rights pioneers, to digital technology entrepreneurs, Indian Americans have long been an inextricable part of American life. Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation explores that rich heritage and the diverse contributions of Indian immigrants and their descendants in the United States and the Pacific Northwest.
MOHAI joins Microsoft and the Musée des Plans-Reliefs in Paris to present the first-ever North American display of the historic 17th century model of the landmark Mont-Saint- Michel. This world treasure has been digitally preserved and will be brought to life through the latest innovation across Microsoft’s artificial intelligence and mixed reality platforms.
What Seattleites wear—past and present—reveals something captivating about the city’s sartorial spirit. Seattle Style: Fashion/Function highlights how elegance and practicality co-existed and converged in Seattle wardrobes, providing new insights into local clothing ranging from couture to grunge aesthetics.
Explore Agents of Change: 20 Remarkable Jewish Women of Washington State, a special pop-up exhibit from the Washington State Jewish Historical Society featuring women who have made their mark in a wide array of fields including arts, activism, athletics, education, business, diplomacy, law, politics, religion, and philanthropy.
Welcome to the Tinker Tower, a space for young children to innovate through play! Being curious, asking questions, and exploring solutions are all part of the fun of learning. MOHAI’s Tinker Tower allows children the opportunity to solve problems and practice independent thinking. Tools and tips are provided in the exhibit to help adults understand early learning experiences, including ideas about how to engage with children while they tinker and explore the museum.
From pioneer broadcasts to modern broadband, Northwest innovators led the nation in the cable TV revolution. Live Wires tells the story of the men and women who launched the first cable systems, shaped an industry, and changed American viewing habits forever.
Empires were destroyed, millions perished, and the world was upended by a war meant to end all others. Making its West Coast debut at MOHAI on September 1, 2018 through February 10, 2019 WW1 America tells the story of one of history’s most remarkable moments.
It’s Raining Cats and Dogs brings together rarely seen objects and images from MOHAI’s collection taking a closer look at Puget Sound history through the stories of cats and dogs. Guaranteed fun for animal lovers of all ages–this exhibit shows the importance of these animals throughout history.
Al Smith’s photography chronicled Seattle’s vibrant Central District neighborhood and the city’s African American community with great warmth and intimacy. This exhibit is a lens into 65 years of Smith’s brilliantly expressive documentary photography.
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