The Museum offers an activity segment for Boy Scouts, approved by the Chief Seattle Council. Please contact Kate Dugdale at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on scheduling a scout visit.
Visits must be scheduled in advance. Please contact email@example.com.
Cost: $4 Scouts, $6 adults.
About the MuseumLearn More
Through our exhibits and programs, we promote Nordic themes like our connection to nature and the constant pursuit of social justice. We explore how these values inform the world today across cultures.
Hours & DirectionsLearn More
The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday 10am – 5pm. Paid parking is available on the south side of the building.
Buying TicketsLearn More
The best way to visit the Museum is to reserve your tickets online, in-advance. While walk-ins are always welcome, securing your ticket online will guarantee your entrance.
Our facility meets ADA-certified accessibility standards. We also have options for wheelchair loans, magnifiers available for low vision guests, and more.
What’s in the NeighborhoodLearn More
The Museum is located in Ballard, a Seattle neighborhood with a rich history of Nordic immigration. Today, it's a vibrant, diverse neighborhood located on Seattle’s working waterfront with plenty to explore–restaurants, shops, nightlife, breweries, and the Hiram Chittenden Locks.
Freya is a Nordic-inspired restaurant that’s the perfect spot to visit anytime you want to experience a taste of Nordic cuisine.