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January 23, 2019

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Kauilani Robinson
(206) 461-5839
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Chantelle Lusebrink
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clusebrink@visitseattle.org

Winter Getaways to Seattle Equal Big Savings

A family of four could save more than $200 when participating in Seattle Museum Month this February

SEATTLE – Don’t let the winter blues get you down, from February 1-28 a family of four can save more than $200 when visiting Seattle’s hottest cultural destinations during the fifth annual Seattle Museum Month. To see the full list of 40 participating museums, visit the Seattle Museum Month website at seattlemuseummonth.com.

Guests who book accommodations with any one of the 64 participating Seattle hotels receive 50 percent off admission prices to participating museums and cultural institutions. Enjoy renowned favorites like the Seattle Art Museum, Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI), Museum of Flight, Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), Seattle Aquarium, Woodland Park Zoo, Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience and Chihuly Garden and Glass.

The Seattle region is chalk-full of one-of-a-kind museums guaranteed to pique your curiosity like the new Nordic Museum in Ballard, the Seattle Children’s Museum, USS Turner Joy Museum Ship, Suquamish Tribal Museum, Northwest African American Museum, Seattle Pinball Museum and the Living Computers: Museum + Labs.

Adding to your savings, Lyft is offering 20 percent off three rides to help you get to participating Seattle Museum Month locations including regional favorites like the eye-popping collection at LeMay: America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, the Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum in Everett or the Bellevue Arts Museum.

These discounts are only valid for guests staying at one of the participating hotels, up to four people, during hotel stay dates. Visitors must present an official Seattle Museum Month guest pass at participating museums to redeem the discounts.

Participating area museums for Seattle Museum Month:
1. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art*
2. Bellevue Arts Museum
3. Center for Wooden Boats*
4. Chihuly Garden and Glass
5. Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center*
6. Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum
7. Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
8. Frye Art Museum*
9. Henry Art Gallery
10. Job Carr Cabin Museum*
11. Kids Discovery Museum
12. Kitsap History Museum*
13. Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park*
14. LeMay – America’s Car Museum
15. Living Computers: Museum + Labs
16. Museum of Glass
17. Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)
18. Museum of Pop Culture
19. Nordic Museum
20. Northwest African American Museum
21. Northwest Railway Museum*
22. Olympic Sculpture Park*
23. Pacific Bonsai Museum*
24. Pacific Science Center
25. Puget Sound Navy Museum*
26. Seattle Aquarium
27. Seattle Art Museum
28. Seattle Children’s Museum
29. Seattle Pinball Museum
30. Shoreline Historical Museum*
31. Suquamish Tribal Museum
32. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center*
33. The Museum of Flight
34. The Valentinetti Puppet Museum*
35. US Naval Undersea Museum*
36. USS Turner Joy Museum Ship
37. UW Botanic Gardens Arboretum*
38. W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory*
39. Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
40. Woodland Park Zoo

* = Free Admission

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About Visit Seattle:
Visit Seattle has served as the official destination marketing organization (DMO) for Seattle and King County for more than 50 years. A 501(c)(6) organization, Visit Seattle enhances the economic prosperity of the region through global destination branding along with competitive programs and campaigns in leisure travel marketing, convention sales and overseas tourism development. Nearly 40 million annual visitors spend $7.4 billion in the city and county each year. The economic power of travel and tourism generates more than 76,000 Seattle area jobs and contributes $762 million in annual state and local tax revenue. Go to visitseattle.org.

About Seattle Museum Month:
Seattle Museum Month is produced by Visit Seattle and funded by the Seattle Tourism Improvement Area (STIA), a dedicated marketing fund assessed from guests at the 64 downtown Seattle hotels. The program was created to encourage travelers to visit Seattle in February and celebrate the incredible arts, heritage and culture scene present in the region. Visit seattlemuseummonth.com.

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