REMINDER: The Highline Heritage Museum will be reopening this coming Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020.

The museum has been closed since March, so this is exciting news.

“This museum is from the community to the community,” Executive Director Nancy Salguero-McKay said. “We are eager to continue to share your personal stories, and to keep building the bridge between the past and the present! We are so excited to have you back!”

When reopen, the museum will operate at a limited capacity, Fridays through Sundays from 1– 5 p.m.

They are reopening based on all state recommendations and guidelines for museums of this size. Capacity is limited, masks and social distancing required:

    • Researching our collections: Fridays by appointment only
    • Regular gallery tours available (limit to 10 people) by appointment only
    • Private behind the scenes tours available (limit to 10 people) by appt. only
    • Private event room rentals – $75 per hour, minimum 2 hours. 20 people (this includes private behind the scenes tours sharing unheard stories).

The museum could also use a hand – here is how you can help:

You can donate directly on the museum’s website, or mail a check payable to Highline Heritage Museum at 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA 98166.


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