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Photo: Mark Stone/University of Washington
Photo: Mark Stone/University of Washington

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Hours

Daily: 10 AM – 5 PM
Last admission at 4:30 PM
First Thursday of each month: 10 AM – 8 PM

Closures

July 4 (Independence Day): Closed
November 28 (Thanksgiving): Closed
December 24 (Christmas Eve): Close at 3 PM
December 25 (Christmas): Closed
December 31 (New Year's Eve): Close at 3 PM
January 1 (New Year's Day): Closed

Admission Prices

Adult

$22

Senior (62+)

$20

Student (non-UW)

$14

Youth (Ages 4–17)

$14

Youth (Ages 3 and under)

FREE

UW student, faculty, staff & retirees (Limit 1 per Husky Card)

FREE

First Thursday of each month (Learn more)

FREE

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Starting at $60, a Burke Museum membership pays for itself in only 3 visits!

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Location

Burke Museum
4300 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA, 98105

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Directions & Parking

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Photo: Brooke Fitts
Photo: Brooke Fitts

Off the Rez Café

Enjoy delicious, world-renowned fry bread and other foods made of locally-sourced ingredients at Off the Rez Café. The Café entrance is located at the Burke Museum off of Memorial Way/17th Ave NE. 

Hours

  • Monday–Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM
  • Saturday & Sunday, 10 AM – 5 PM
  • First Thursday of each month, 8 AM – 8 PM

The café is the first brick-and-mortar location of Off the Rez, ranked one of the top 25 food trucks in America by Food Network. Independently owned and operated by Mark McConnell and Cecilia Rikard, Off the Rez is dedicated to sustainability with seasonal menu items. Their tasty food is set in an airy café, with indoor-outdoor dining on a patio made possible by a pivoting window wall.

Off the Rez website

About Your Visit

We look forward to welcoming you to the Burke Museum! 

About Your Visit

Accessibility

Photo: Dennis Wise/University of Washington
Photo: Dennis Wise/University of Washington

Land Acknowledgement

The Burke Museum stands on the lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, whose ancestors resided here since time immemorial. Many Indigenous peoples thrive in this place—alive and strong.

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Celebrate in the New Burke

Now booking! Hold your special event in the new Burke Museum and give your guests an experience they'll never forget.

Photo: Cathy Morris/Burke Museum
Photo: Cathy Morris/Burke Museum