Wing Luke Museum

Affiliated Area - Washington

More than a museum, the Wing is an experience. A chance to truly understand what it was - and is - to be Asian American in the Pacific Northwest. Take a guided tour of a historic hotel and learn the inside story about what makes the local Chinatown-International District unique. Visitors explore thought-provoking exhibitions of real stories, including actor and martial arts master Bruce Lee.

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https://www.nps.gov/wing/index.htm More than a museum, the Wing is an experience. A chance to truly understand what it was - and is - to be Asian American in the Pacific Northwest. Take a guided tour of a historic hotel and learn the inside story about what makes the local Chinatown-International District unique. Visitors explore thought-provoking exhibitions of real stories, including actor and martial arts master Bruce Lee. The Wing Luke Museum is located in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District at 719 South King Street (between 7th and 8th Avenue South). It is accessible by foot, public transportation, and car. The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is located in a 1910 historic building, situated in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District. Tours are available of the surrounding neighborhood and several nearby preserved historic spaces. Nippon Kan Theatre curtain theatre curtain painted with Japanese characters advertising local businesses Nippon Kan Theatre curtain, painted with logos and ads for local Japanese-American businesses Nippon Kan Theatre curtain detail Japanese characters from advertisements are painted on a theatre curtain Detail of advertisements from the Nippon Kan Theatre curtain that hangs in the museum "Letter Cloud" a mobile of letters written on white paper hangs in the museum lobby “Letter Cloud,” by Erin Shie Palmer, is made up of letters written by immigrants to family and friends "Letter Cloud" a mobile of letters written on white paper hangs in the museum lobby “Letter Cloud,” by Erin Shie Palmer, is made up of letters written by immigrants to family and friends

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