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The National Nordic Museum is open Wed-Sun, 10am to 5pm. Timed tickets must be reserved before visiting the Museum. Learn more at our Welcome Back page here.

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Accessibility

The National Nordic Museum facility meets ADA certified accessibility standards. For more information about accessibility and visitor experience questions, please call us at 206.789.5707 x7000.

Drop-Off And Parking

The Museum parking lot has four designated ADA spaces. Parking with an ADA pass displayed is always complimentary.

Entrances along Market Street are always accessible during Museum hours. The west entrance, on 28th Ave NW, has a ramp entrance to the facility. This side of the building also includes a drop-off area adjacent to the main entrance.

The south entrance, from the Museum’s parking lot onto The Fisherman’s Sun Terrace, also provides a ramp entrance. Occasionally, the Sun Terrace is rented out for special events, and may not be accessible to the public.

Wheelchair Loan

The National Nordic Museum facilities and galleries are wheelchair accessible. The Museum has two manual wheelchairs available for public use on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to borrow a wheelchair for your visit, please ask at the Admissions desk for availability.

Exhibitions

The Museum's second floor galleries are accessible by elevator.

Tours

Tours are available for groups of ten or more visitors. For more information, please email us or call 206.789.5707 x7009.

Assistive Listening Devices

The Museum has assistive listening devices available at the Admissions desk. These devices work to amplify the already playing audio displays in our core exhibition spaces through an earpiece. Additionally, all audio displayed features closed captioning. Please ask at the Admissions desk for more information.

Low Vision Services

Magnifiers are available at the Admissions desk for use in the Museum galleries, educational resource rooms, and the Cultural Resource Center. We ask that guests requesting to use a magnifier sign it out by leaving contact information with the Guest Services staff.

The National Nordic Museum is a proud participant in the Seattle Safe Place program.