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The only museum of its kind in the United States of America, the Nordic Heritage Museum dedicated to the heritage of Seattle's Scandinavian immigrants.
The only museum of its kind in the United States of America, the Nordic Heritage Museum dedicated to the heritage of Seattle's Scandinavian immigrants. It documents the history of Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish Americans since 1840 through its collection of over 77,000 objects including household and occupational objects, furniture, clothing and textiles, fine and decorative art, archival material, and the Gordon Ekvall Tracie Music Library.
3014 Northwest 67th Street, Seattle, WA, United States
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