Smithsonian Affiliate Museum
Seattle Center- Fountain Pav.
321 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109
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The Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) is the region's largest private heritage organization and is committed to preserving, sharing and teaching the history of the Puget Sound area. MOHAI is currently closed and is moving to Lake Union Park on December 29th, 2012. Come see our exhibit Celebrating Century 21 at the Seattle Center during our closure.
Celebrating Century 21: a series of three exhibits that explore Seattle’s 1962 World’s Fair and its impact on Seattle today at the International Fountain Pavilion at the Seattle Center.
The Future Remembered showcases a wide range of artifacts, photographs and media documents from the 1962 World’s Fair selected from MOHAI’s collection.
Centuries of Progress: American World’s Fairs, 1853 -1982 is a national travelling exhibit from the Hagley Museum and Library.
Looking Forward: The New Heroes is an art exploration of young visionaries applying innovative solutions to create a better society. Photographs by Davis Freeman.
The exhibit is produced by MOHAI in partnership with Historylink, with support from the Seattle Center Foundation.
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