WNDR Museum Seattle has opened, offering visitors its award-winning multi-sensory installments, including art pieces created by cutting-edge artists, designers and technicians. The Seattle spot marks the museum’s third opening.
WNDR Museum is a growing collection of museums, with its flagship site in Chicago. In July 2022, the museum brand was voted one of the “Top Five Immersive Art Experiences in the Country” by USA Today. The new Seattle location is the third to open in the collective, following the opening of the San Diego outpost in early 2023.
The new museum spans 13,000 square feet, with 20 breathtaking exhibits for guests to explore. WNDR Museum Seattle features localized versions of displays from its flagship location, including pieces from internationally-acclaimed artist Yayoi Kusama and Seattle-based artist Andy Arkley.
“Seattle is legendary for its adventurous, mold-breaking art scene and we’re thrilled to provide an exciting, dynamic new environment to showcase both internationally-acclaimed artists and incredible Seattle-based talent,” says Ryan Kunkel, president of WNDR Global, in a press release. “We’re thrilled to become part of the fabric of Seattle’s world-class cultural footprint, and we look forward to becoming a lasting contributor to the community.”
Visitors can anticipate a multi-dimensional journey when visiting the destination, including interactive installments like the Brightlogic x WNDR Studios’ Lightfloor (pictured above), Leigh Satchwitz +flora&faunavisions’ Inside Out and HAZE’s Hyper Mirror, an experience in a 150-mirror infinity room. No visit is like another, with WNDR Museum Seattle constantly shifting and curating a new adventure.
Tickets to visit WNDR Museum Seattle start at $32 and must be purchased in advance online. For children 12 and under, ticket prices begin at $22. The museum is open daily, Monday through Sunday, from noon to 9 p.m.
For more information on the newest WNDR Museum location, visit WNDRSeattle.com.
904 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98104