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Getting Here

 Address:  719 South King Street (between 7th and 8th Avenue South)           
   Seattle, WA  98104

 Hours:   Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm
   Monday closed
   First Thursday of the month, 10am-8pm

 

Driving Directions

Coming from the North (on I-5 Southbound):
Take exit 164 toward I-90 E, staying in the far right lane (do not exit onto I-90). Follow exit signs for Dearborn St. and turn right onto S Dearborn St. Turn right onto 7th Ave S. Continue on 7th Ave S for 3 blocks and turn right on S King St. The Wing Luke Museum will be on your right.

Coming from the South (on I-5 Northbound):
Take exit 164A for Dearborn St toward James/Madison/Dearborn. Keep right as the road forks. Follow exit signs for Dearborn St and then turn left onto S Dearborn St. Merge into the right lane and turn right onto 7th Ave S. Continue on 7th Ave S for 3 blocks and turn right on S King St. The Wing Luke Museum will be on your right.


Paid Parking

Paid parking is available on streets and nearby lots:

 Union Station Parking Garage
 401 S Jackson Street
 Seattle, WA 98104
 206.254.0811
 Interim Parking Services
 900 South King Street
 Seattle, WA 98127
                                                                                      
 

By Metro Bus and Link Light Rail

Wing Luke Museum is on the bus line to and from downtown Seattle. We are walking distance from the Chinatown-International District Bus Tunnel Station and bus routes 7, 14, 36 and the 99 Waterfront Streetcar Line. We are also easily accessible by the Link Light Rail Train which has a stop in the Chinatown-International District neighborhood.

Further information is available by contacting King County Metro at 206.553.3000 or Sound Transit at 206.398.5000.

 

ADA Access

Wing Luke Museum galleries are fully wheelchair accessible by elevator as well as our entrance on South King Street.

 

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