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Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

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wing luke museum is a branch of the Smithsonian Museum, by definition excellent.The exhibits are... read more

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costamesawanderer
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Costa Mesa, California
Excellent experience

During a brief work trip to Seattle I unexpectedly found a free afternoon to visit the Wing Luke... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Los Angeles, California
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More than a museum, The Wing is an experience. Step back in time into the living quarters of Asian pioneers and learn how they shaped Seattle. Check out exhibitions of real life stories, including Day in the Life of Bruce Lee, detailing the personal...more
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719 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104-3035
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Reviewed 1 week ago

wing luke museum is a branch of the Smithsonian Museum, by definition excellent.The exhibits are interesting including stuff about Wing Luke, Seattle's first Asian mayor, first Asian Univ Washington law school graduate, and all around problem solver. Bruce Lee collection includes stuff from Green Hornet...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

During a brief work trip to Seattle I unexpectedly found a free afternoon to visit the Wing Luke Museum and I'm so glad I did! The museum itself is in a historic building with a rich history that you can learn about during a guided...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As diehard Bruce Lee fans, we knew we have to go to the Bruce Lee exhibit at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Arts. We learned a little more than we did not know before. A must see if you are a Bruce...More

Thank Suk A
Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile

This museum is both a tribute to a man’s effort to make a better world and a well presented exhibition of the Asian Pacific American experience. The information panels offer informative lessons and the displays give this cultural journey amazing reality. The highlight for us...More

Thank FinGin79
Reviewed 18 September 2018

This museum offers a lot of history of Chinatown in Seattle and of Wing Luke and his contribution to Seattle. Also has a great exhibit on the history of Bruce Lee

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Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile

Worth a trip. Very interesting. Combine with a walk around the International District and some food.

Thank Voyage65843
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Very humbling place to learn and connect the dots on the plight of Chinese and Filipino immigrant/sojourners in Washington. Hard working and putting up with discrimination just makes every generation tougher. American Chinese and Filipinos should see this first hand to appreciate what our forefathers...More

1  Thank Ken F
Reviewed 28 August 2018

such an amazing piece of history. beautifully curated.take the tour the general store and hotel provide an exceptional insight into the birth of seattle.

1  Thank ohsoswedie
Reviewed 20 August 2018

I had no idea what to think of the Wing Luke Museum as it's location is subtle. I had an absolute enjoyable learning experience with my visit. I took a walking tour through the museum where we learned about the early days of the Asian...More

Thank FLOGROWNGIRL
Reviewed 19 August 2018

An excellent insight into the troubles and hardships of various Asian-Pacific migrants to USA and how they were discriminated against and exploited. "Please come and work here. We'll welcome you and give you land" was in fact "leased land" so was never theirs and they...More

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Chris C
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Response from Yueman C | Reviewed this property |
Like "dag" says not really a question here. But if you google the Wing Luke Museum there contact info there, but if you go to their actual website you'll see an email address and a phone number also opening times. This... More
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Ganesh K
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Response from oviper2001 | Reviewed this property |
The Bruce Lee exhibit is in its 2nd year. New items are added to highlight the year's focus. The theme of Year 1 was "Bruce Lee's martial arts philosophy and Seattle roots." Now the focus is on "Bruce Lee in film and media... More
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