We don’t know about you guys but we’ve really enjoyed visiting our local museums since they’ve reopened. However, you might have noticed that one museum still hasn’t reopened. And that’s the brand spanking new Seattle Asian Art Museum. But get excited because it’s coming back this month.

You probably remember but this museum went under an extensive two-year renovation and had just reopened when the pandemic started. In fact, it was only open again for a little over a month before it was forced to shutter its doors. And that means many of us missed out on the opportunity to see just how cool the new and improved museum is.

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If you happen to be a Seattle Art Museum member you’re in luck because the museum will be opening to you on May 7th. But if you’re not, don’t worry, you’ll be able to check out the museum on May 28th. And like the main Seattle Art Museum, tickets will be sold only online in timed slots. These will probably go quickly so plan ahead and book your tickets now.

We hope that you’re able to get out there and check out this truly unique museum and the amazing art pieces it has to offer. If you’d like to learn more about the Seattle Asian Art Museum you can click below. And as always if you check it out, let us know what you think. Have a great May folks!

Seattle Asian Art Museum

When: Reopening May 7th for members and May 28th for the general public
Where: 1400 East Prospect Street
Cost: $14.99