Where is the missing “U”? We’re so glad you asked!
The first of two new signs was installed at the New Burke earlier today!
A specimen from a tree that once stood on the site of the new Burke Museum is the first object to be moved into the new building.
The Burke Museum has commissioned a Coast Salish art piece for the lobby of the New Burke.
Less than two years later after the New Burke’s official groundbreaking, construction on the New Burke building is complete!
Thousands of native Northwest plants are going in on the north, west and south sides of the New Burke.
The New Burke is coming together, with gorgeous skylights illuminating progress on the interior of the building.
Tribal elders from across Washington offered a cedar brushing ceremony to acknowledge the commitment of the Burke community during the move to the new facility.
The New Burke building is now fully enclosed (just in time for the rain!) and the power is on.
The New Burke siding continues to go up as the exterior elevator used by construction crews comes down.
The construction of the New Burke Museum continues to move at an impressive pace! Take a peek inside.