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National Nordic Museum Hours

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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Freya

Museum's Nordic-inspired Restaurant
 

Now Open For Breakfast And Lunch

Ballard's beloved Nordic café is back!

Enjoy culinary delights from Café Hagen before or after your visit. Called a "little slice of Scandinavian heaven," Café Hagen also has two popular locations in South Lake Union and Queen Anne. We're delighted to partner with them for the best in Nordic cuisine at the Museum's restaurant Freya. 

At Freya, we're now serving up artisan breads and pastries made fresh every day with a lot of love and hygge. Look for open-faced sandwiches, quiche, salads, soup, desserts, and more. Enjoy hot coffee, espresso, or tea as well as a selection of iced drinks. Take home a loaf or specially made buns for home consumption. Check the menu for new Nordic cuisine and Ballard brunch or lunch favorites:

2021 Menu

Follow Freya's Instagram account for the latest goodies: @freyacafeseattle.

Museum admission is not required; open during Museum hours 10am–5pm Wednesday–Sunday.

Nordic Spirit Coffee Available Online

You can pick up a pound of your favorite Nordic Spirit coffee at the Museum Store or have it shipped to you. The dark roast Nordic Spirit was created especially for the National Nordic Museum by Seattle's Caffe Appassionato coffee roastery. Learn more at nnmstore.org.

 

A woman's hands pour creamer from a white pitcher into a ceramic coffee mug. A blue vase with pink flowers is to the left; a white plate with a raspberry pastry is in front.