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The origins of the Seattle Art Museum can be traced back to the Seattle Fine Arts Society( 1905) and the Washington Arts Association ( 1906). It was opened to the public by Richard E. Fuller in 1933. The Museum operates in three facilities - the main museum in downtown Seattle; The Olympic Sculpture Park on the Central waterfront of Seattle and The SAAM ( Seattle Asian Art Museum) in Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill. It features around 25,000 artifacts and covers everything from Contemporary American Art, Native American works, to old European Masters, ancient Egyptian pieces to Asian artworks.

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Address : 1300 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

Open Hours : Wednesday to Sunday - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

General Admission Fee : USD 30-32
Seniors - USD 28
Student - USD 22

Exhibits : “Deer Scrolls”, “The Egyptian Masterworks of Tutankhamen”, “Hammering Man”

Service Animals : Allowed

Wheelchair : Accessible

Parking : Paid Parking Garages Available

How to Reach : Easily accessible by car
Via Light Rail - University Street Station
Bus - Line 26, 28, 40, 43, 70, 545, and more.
Ferry station - Seattle, Pier 50 Seattle Dock

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