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The Museum's normal hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Read HERE for details. Please see our VISITOR GUIDELINES for latest comfort and safety measures. Members: Please before reserving your free tickets or registering for events. Membership discounts are applied at checkout.

 

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The latest news and happenings at the Nordic Museum
 
Mar 13, 2020
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We have made the difficult decision to close the National Nordic Museum as of Saturday, March 14, and plan to remain closed until such time as it is safe to reopen. We will keep you informed through regular updates. And we are hopeful that we will be able to welcome you back to the Museum soon to celebrate and share all the offerings of the National Nordic Museum.

Please explore our online offerings for now.

Mar 05, 2020
Nordic Region Gallery photo

Postponed March events, folk school classes, and programs will be rescheduled later in the spring. If other event times or dates change, we will send email notification to all pre-registered individuals as well as post on the calendar.

Jan 23, 2020
Buildy Award 2020

In 2020, the National Nordic Museum was honored by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM) as a recipient for this year’s Museums Symposium’s Buildy Award

Dec 23, 2019
Julefest cookies at Goodies2Go

What's Christmas or afternoon coffee without cookies? These Princess Gems first appeared at the Museum's cookbook, Tasty Traditions, courtesy of Marianne Livingstone and Carina Halgren. Today Sharon Lucas and Gail Blaine, co-chair of Goodies2Go, recommend this recipe. The amazing volunteers of Goodies2Go baked this and other Nordic favorites to stock their famous table of treats at Julefest.

This traditional cookie makes a lovely addition to your fika at any time of the year.

Dec 03, 2019
Skal Beer Hall in Seattle

Not every neighborhood has a mead hall. But ours does! Skål Beer Hall is a cheerful, modern take on a gathering place for Nordic friends and family in Ballard. As the days gets shorter and Christmas draws closer, the bar is serving up Gløgg based on owner Adam McQueen's family recipe.

If you not close enough to visit Skål , you can still make Gløgg for your guests and any passing tomte.