Plan a Weekend to Museum of History and Industry!
Have you ever been to Museum of History and Industry? It is perfect place to educate yourselves and your children about social and economic history. Before you visit Museum of History and Industry, you need to have a basic knowledge about this museum. As you read on you can get to know about this Museum of History and Industry.
The Seattle Historical society was formed on the sixtieth anniversary of Seattle’s founding settlers landing, in 1911. Later this started to gain fame as Seattle King County Historical Society, where a group worked pretty hard to open up a museum, which tells about the history of the city.
As a result the Museum of History and Industry which is abbreviated as MOHAI was opened in the year 1952 on 15th of February at Montlake neighborhood of Seattle. Later it turned out to be the largest private heritage organization that attracts more than 60,000 visitors from all round the world. The Museum of History and Industry collects and preserves historical artifacts and other related memorabilia, of Pacific Northwest. People whoever have gone through the exhibits do admire the social, diverse culture and economic history of Northwest.
The Sophie Frye Bass library of Museum of History and Industry has millions of historical images, manuscripts, maps, ephemera materials, books, motion pictures and sound recordings, which are related to history Puget Sound region and Seattle. The library will be opened to public only through appointments. This library even serves best reference for students, scholars, journalists and individuals who wish to research on this culture.
You can even have a look at the images that visualize the history of Seattle and King Count. More than 4000 images of this Museum of History and Industry were scanned for uploading those images in the official website. You can refer images to get an idea of this Museum of History and Industry, yet in order to have the right feel you should certainly have a visit.