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Press Releases

Jan. 21 Program with Japanese American Animator Willie Ito

SEATTLE, Jan. 10, 2023—On Jan. 21, Japanese American Willie Ito will tell his inspiring story of how as a boy he learned to draw while...

Nov. 11 Veterans Day Celebration - Ceremony, Submariner, Film and Music

SEATTLE, Nov. 7, 2022—The Museum celebrates Nov. 11 Veterans Day with live music, a movie and a ceremony including keynote speaker retired U.S....

NASA Scientist Takes Us to the Moon on Nov. 12

SEATTLE, Nov. 3, 2022—On Nov. 12, Nujoud Merancy, Chief of the Exploration Mission Planning Office at NASA Johnson Space Center, will offer a...

Museum Offers Free Early Access for Families with Sensory Needs Oct. 8

SEATTLE, Sept. 30, 2022—On Oct. 8 from 8-10 a.m., the Museum offers free admission for families of children, teenagers and young adults with...

World War II Bomber Rides and Tours Aug. 8-14

SEATTLE, July 29, 2022—The Commemorative Air Force’s authentically restored World War II B-17 will be flying to the Museum for tours and rides Aug....

Blue Angels Launch at Jet Blast Bash Festival Aug. 6-7

SEATTLE, July 28, 2022—The Museum’s annual Jet Blast Bash outdoor flightline festival, is the closest event to the Blue Angels’ dynamic takeoffs and...

In the News

New to the Emerald City? Check Out The Best Rainy Day Activities in Seattle.
The Emerald City is notoriously known for its gloomy weather. However, as any local will tell you, Seattleites won’t let a rainy day ruin their plans. From unique museums and city tours to historic high-rises and eats, there are plenty of fun things to do, even when the weather isn’t ideal. So whether you’re renting an apartment in Capitol Hill or just bought a house in Queen Anne, grab your rain jacket, and let’s check out the best activities for a rainy day in Seattle.

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