Seattle is full of many well-known and beloved museums, many of which are actually free. But did you know our city has a tiny museum called the Supperfield Museum? It’s sized for dolls but meant for your eyes. Here’s where to find the museum and what we know about it.
The Supperfield Museum describes itself as a “Mini Museum” with “Full-Size Drama.” It’s located within the Museum of Museums (MoM) on Capitol Hill in Seattle.
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What makes this museum even cooler is that it is inside of a custom-built dollhouse, and even has dollhouse guests and artists which you can see on the museum’s Instagram. What’s more, there’s not one but three galleries with each one featuring rotating exhibitions. The very real art ranges from paintings to video installations and is personified in the galleries by a doll artist, each with its own bio.
So if you’re looking to expand your view of art by getting a little smaller, the Supperfield Museum is the place to do just that. Have fun!
Where: 900 Boylston Ave
Hours: Thursday 5 PM-10 PM, Friday 12 PM-10 PM, Saturday 12 PM-10 PM, Sunday 12 PM-6 PM