Rotating Exhibits at MOHAI

Mikaela Judd
Event Type Exhibits, Collections & Lectures
Starting Date July 24, 2024
Ending Date January 1, 2025
Location MOHAI
Neighborhood South Lake Union
CostIncluded with museum admission

Explore Seattle’s story from wilderness to world city, surrounded by the city’s most iconic artifacts at MOHAI on the shores of Lake Union. Temporary and permanent exhibits uncover Seattle and the Puget Sound region’s diverse history. Check out the rotating exhibits or explore permanent offerings. More info at MOHAI.

50 Years of Seattle Pride: Posters of Pride – open through Aug. 11
In tribute to 50 years of Seattle Pride, MOHAI is proud to display a collection of Pride posters illustrating the intense organizing by Seattle’s LGBTQ+ community to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall uprising each June.

Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks – open through Sept. 22
Time for a summer “block” party! This exhibit will feature astonishing skyscrapers from around the world constructed in breathtaking architectural detail. Visitors will also be inspired to create their own “towers of tomorrow” with over 200,000 loose LEGO bricks in hands-on areas.

Almost Live! (Almost an Exhibit) – open Aug. 31-Feb. 23, 2025
The sketch comedy show Almost Live! aired on KING 5 from 1984 to 1999. This new exhibit explores a moment in time when the city of Seattle turned to comedy to make sense of the world around it—and had a few laughs in the process.

Kid-Struction Zone – open through Jan. 1, 2025
For children 2-7 years old and their caregivers, Kid-Struction Zone helps young visitors learn through fun, hands-on interactions while stimulating curiosity and creativity.