Terracotta Warriors Exhibit To Open Spring 2017
New Exhibit Premieres at Pacific Science Center Featuring Artifacts from the first imperial dynasty of China
Pacific Science Center in Seattle and The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia are proud to present Terracotta Warriors, a one-of-a-kind exhibition premiering at Pacific Science Center for a limited five-month run in spring of 2017.
Pacific Science Center is privileged to announce honorary co-chairs of the exhibition, The Honorable Gary Locke, former Governor of Washington, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and U.S. Ambassador to China, and Mona Locke, senior vice president of corporate communications and marketing for Intellectual Ventures, and a former television reporter and nonprofit executive.
Terracotta Warriors is a joint project between Pacific Science Center and The Franklin Institute. It will have a two-city tour limited to Seattle and Philadelphia.
Pacific Science Center is currently accepting groups to be placed on an interest list for contact when tickets are available. For more information about field trips and group sales, please call (206) 443-2925.
Tickets will be available to the public fall of 2016.
Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Millions came to explore the wonders of science during the World’s Fair and upon closing ceremonies, the Science Pavilion was given new life as the private not-for-profit Pacific Science Center, becoming the first U.S. museum founded as a science and technology center. On July 22, 2010 Pacific Science Center was declared a City of Seattle Landmark. On October 22, 2012 Pacific Science Center celebrated 50 years of inspiring curiosity, creativity and critical thinking for people of all ages throughout Washington and guests from around the world.