Students and community members of all ages connect with Hmong objects in the Burke collections.
From preservation processes to cutting-edge research—the Burke Museum fish collection is a fascinating place to visit!
How tiny fossilized plant particles in Costa Rica can be used to reconstruct past landscapes.
We started removing the cast covering LuLu the Columbian mammoth's tusk to get a glimpse into its preservation.
The March 1 ceremony was incredibly emotional, both for the Marshallese community, but also for many of the people who joined the Marshallese in solidarity.
A Burke research team recently surveyed fruit bats living on the small island of Grenada.
Take a peek behind the scenes at the Burke in these photos from our annual Behind-the-Scenes Night.
The University of Washington’s Board of Regents formally approved our plans to break ground on the New Burke.
We live in a landscape filled with amazing stories, whether it’s 3.5-billion-year old building stone, glacial-carved hills, or sinking sidewalks.
The middle school Girls in Science team got a hands-on look at how the brain functions by experiencing illusions.