Seattle Museum Month Offers Great Value in February


It’s a January day in Seattle as I write this, and outside it’s clear, sunny and blue. But it’s true, our winter weather can lean more to the…..ahem……neutral side of the color palette, and gray skies are not uncommon. This February, you won’t care what color the skies are because you’ll be so busy soaking in the colors, sights and sounds of more than 40 top museums during Seattle Museum Month, at half off!

Here’s the unbeatable deal: stay overnight in any of 54 participating downtown Seattle hotels during the month of February and receive a Seattle Museum Month Guest Pass that entitles you to 50% off admission at more than 40 amazing and inspiring museums and cultural organizations in Seattle and the region. From Seattle Aquarium to Woodland Park Zoo, from the Museum of Glass to the Pacific Science Center, from EMP to MOHAI, from Bellevue Arts Museum to the Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture, from the Museum of Flight to the LeMay Car Museum, from the USS Turner Joy Museum Ship to Chihuly Garden and Glass, from Seattle Arts Museum to The Wing, you’re certain to enjoy exploring our unique collection of regional museums. And here’s the thing: that’s not even half the list! Dozens more await your discovery — and many of them offer free admission.

We’ve partnered with the STQRY free mobile phone app to be an official guide to Museum Month. It will help you learn about museum collections and activities, and plot your adventures.

Visit the Seattle Museum Month website to see the entire list of participating museums, full offer details, special programs and events, and to download STQRY for iphone, Android and Windows phones.

We’ll see you in February! And please share your experiences on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #MuseumMonth.

About the Author

Tracey Wickersham

Tracey Wickersham is the Director of Cultural Tourism at Visit Seattle. In her off hours she’s the host of a weekly music program on KBCS 91.3 FM and a board member at 4Culture, supporting arts, heritage, public art and historic preservation in King County. She lives in West Seattle with her husband, one headstrong elderly Australian Cattle Dog, heaps of books and music, and an unwieldy garden.

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