It was very immersive and the tour of the nearby historic buildings was utterly fascinating. I look forward to going back.

— Nate, visitor on Google reviews

PLAN A VISIT

  • GENERAL ADMISSION
    ADULT SENIOR (62+) STUDENT (13—18yrs) YOUTH (5—12yrs) CHILD (<5yrs) MEMBER $17.00
    $15.00
    $12.50
    $10.00
    FREE
    FREE
    HOURS
    Tuesday—Sunday 10am—5pm

    First Thursday of the month 10am—8pm

    幸运快3CLOSED: Mondays, New Year’s Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

    Includes all-day gallery admission to Museum exhibitions and a 45-minute guided Historic Hotel Tour that takes you back in time to experience real Seattle history through the lives of early Asian Pacific American pioneers. These historic spaces are accessible only by tour.

BOOK A TOUR

CHINATOWN DISCOVERY TOURS

幸运快3Neighborhood walking tours give you an insider look at our historic and culturally-rich district。 All tours also include an all-day pass to our current gallery exhibits。

From history to food to Bruce Lee, our popular tours will help you discover Seattle in a new way。 Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a long-time local resident, we’ll guide you through the fascinating stories and hidden gems in the area。

Note: Our popular tours sell out very quickly. If you have purchased a ticket, please arrive at a minimum 15-minutes before the start of your tour. After this time, if you have not arrived, your ticket will be released to another patron.

Jan-Mar: #1 International Dumpling Crawl
Apr-Jun: The Rice Stuff
Jul-Sep: Grilled Things and Chicken Wings
Oct-Dec: Twilight Noodle Slurp

SEASONAL FOOD TOUR / ALL AGES

#1 Intl. Dumpling Crawl

FRIDAYS | JAN - MAR | 4:30 - 7:00pm

Tours are sold out for the season! For more info on private food tours, contact tours@krajty.com.

TOUR / ALL AGES

Touch of Chinatown Tour

TUE-SAT | 2:00pm

Don't miss one of our most popular tours that showcases why the Chinatown-International District is unique to Seattle.

TOUR / ALL AGES

Historic Hotel Tour

DAILY | 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm

Always part of your general admission, experience the colorful past of our museum building.

DAY OF REMEMBRANCE GUIDED TOUR

Japanese American Remembrance Trail

SAT | FEB 22 | 10:30AM

Commemorate the Day of Remembrance with a guided exploration of the Japanese American Remembrance Trail, an urban hike in Seattle’s original Japantown from Pioneer Square to the Chinatown-International District to the Central District。 Tickets on sale now。

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DIRECTIONS + PARKING

DRIVING DIRECTIONSComing from the North (on I-5 Southbound):Take exit 164 toward I-90 E, staying in the far right lane (do not exit onto I-90). Follow exit signs for Dearborn St. and turn right onto S Dearborn St. Turn right onto 7th Ave S. Continue on 7th Ave S for 3 blocks and turn right on S King St. The Wing Luke Museum will be on your right. Coming from the South (on I-5 Northbound):Take exit 164A for Dearborn St toward James/Madison/Dearborn. Keep right as the road forks. Follow exit signs for Dearborn St and then turn left onto S Dearborn St. Merge into the right lane and turn right onto 7th Ave S. Continue on 7th Ave S for 3 blocks and turn right on S King St. The Wing Luke Museum will be on your right. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION幸运快3Wing Luke Museum is on the bus line to and from downtown Seattle. We are walking distance from the Chinatown-International District Bus Tunnel Station and bus routes 7, 14, 36. We are also easily accessible by the Link Light Rail Train which has a stop in the Chinatown-International District neighborhood. Specific route information is available on the and trip planner websites.

ADA ACCESS

Wing Luke Museum galleries are fully wheelchair accessible by elevator as well as our entrance on South King Street。

PARKINGUse this to find parking near the Wing Luke Museum. There are several public pay parking lots within 1-5 blocks. Street parking is free all day Sunday and holidays. Other times, metered and timed parking policies apply. Please read street signs carefully.

MARKETPLACE

Step into our Marketplace

After visiting our exhibits and galleries, be sure to check out all the inspiring merchandise in our Marketplace – some are exclusive only to the museum! Visit us or call 206。623。5124 ext 203 to purchase over the phone during museum hours Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm。 Items can be placed on hold until the end of the next business day。 Members of The Wing always receive 10% off on all Marketplace purchases!

HOLIDAY CATALOGUE 2019 

SAMPLING OF OUR BOOKS

Browse our diverse collection of books exploring themes of identity, history, immigration, and culture。 We carry many Asian Pacific American authors and even some hard-to-find books。

 

FUN AND BEAUTIFUL STUFF

From toys and stationery to locally-made art and jewelry, our items showcase the cultural influence and talent of Asian Pacific Americans.

 
BEAUTIFUL: Hanamaru Earrings - Handmade from vintage kimono fabric by local artist Linda Hoshide
BEAUTIFUL: Randy Lim Scarves - 100% silk scarves based on images in The Wing’s collections
FUN: ENFU zipper pouch - A useful accessory in Ken Taya’s signature style. Multiple patterns available!
FUN: Nice Rice Stuffies - Handmade plushes with adorable expressions
BEAUTIFUL: Randy Lim Scarves - 100% silk scarves based on images in The Wing’s collections
FUN: Mahjong Rubik’s Cube - Hours of entertainment for all ages and it glows in the dark!
FUN: Ramen Girl Pin - For any noodle cultist

BRUCE LEE? WE HAVE THAT, TOO!

Be sure to check out some of our most popular Bruce Lee items, perfect for the die-hard fans or for those wanting to learn more。

 

EVENT SPACE

HOST YOUR EVENT WITH US!

Set in the heart of Seattle’s treasured historic district, The Wing’s urban location offers a combination of award-winning architecture, bold art and cultural history. We have a variety of spaces available that will suit the needs of your event.

Event space is generally available Tuesday—Saturday, 7am—11pm with some options available on Sundays and Mondays at additional cost. Past events include corporate conferences, meetings, receptions, dinners, film screenings, performances, and retreats.* Onsite walk-throughs available by appointment. For more information, contact eventspace@krajty.com or 206.623.5124 ext 109.

*Due to special staffing needs, we are unfortunately unable to accommodate birthday- or wedding-related celebrations. Thank you for your understanding.

**Events are not sponsored by the Wing Luke Museum and cannot be marketed until a signed contract and full deposit are received

VENUE DETAILS

Thank you all so much for such a successful event. We had a blast, all the guests really seemed to enjoy themselves, and everything went so well! Thanks for making my job easy and for all your help… to make the event go so smoothly.

— NWIRP

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