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Frye Art Museum

Temporarily Closed
Recommended

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Donations
Following current public health directives, the Museum is closed to the public through April 15. This includes Museum galleries, Store, and Café Frieda. Public Programs are suspended through April 30. Until then, explore and enjoy #FryeFromHome and #StayHomeStaySafe! See more details here.
704 Terry Ave (First Hill)
Seattle, WA 98104
206-622-9250
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For decades, the Frye, founded in the early 20th century by a Seattle meat-packing family, was a sleepy place full of gilt frames and orthopedic shoes. In recent years, it's become often the most exciting contemporary art museum in Seattle. Admission AND parking are always free; It's a miracle. The outdoor gallery cafe is open until a half hour before museum closing every day, and offers a variety of sandwiches and salads, coffees and pastries, and wine during happy hour (3-6 pm on Thursdays).
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Price
Free
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Tues-Sun

Upcoming Events at Frye Art Museum

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