Situated in the heart of Seattle’s downtown, the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) serves as a testament to the artistic and cultural diversity of the city.

1. Seattle Art Museum

The museum features a sizable collection of Dale Chihuly’s intricate and colourful glass sculptures, which showcase his creative process and unique vision.

2. Chihuly Garden And Glass

Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture, formerly EMP, showcases modern popular culture through various exhibitions, including horror, video games, science fiction, fantasy, and music.

3. Museum Of Pop Culture

Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, Washington, offers a nine-acre waterfront green space and outdoor sculpture park with stunning views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

4. Olympic Sculpture Park

The museum houses a diverse collection of American painters, Munich Secession movement artists, and contemporary art from various cultural backgrounds.

5. Frye Art Museum

The Henry Art Gallery, Washington State's oldest public art museum, opened in 1927, showcasing modern and contemporary art through paintings, sculptures, photography, videos, and digital art.

6. Henry Art Gallery

The Northwest African American Museum in Seattle preserves and presents African Americans' history, art, and culture in the Pacific Northwest, showcasing their achievements and experiences.

7. Northwest African American Museum

The Wing Luke Museum, established in 1967, is located in Seattle's Chinatown-International District, inspired by Wing Luke, the first Asian American elected to public office in the Pacific Northwest.

8. Wing Luke Asian Museum