Exhibits & Programs


Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor

April 8-Sept. 4, 2017 at Pacific Science Center

New Exhibit Premieres at Pacific Science Center April 8 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 of the First Emperor, 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 have 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 Lee, communications executive, former journalist and former First Lady of Washington state.

Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor 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 group and field trip reservations. Call (206) 443-3611 to book your group visit. Call (206) 443-2925 for field trip reservations. Click here for group and field trip pricing. VIP tickets ($65 value) are currently available through our exclusive hotel partners. Pacific Science Center Member tickets are available now.

Terracotta Warriors pricing*

Adults: $32.75
Seniors (65+): $30.75
Youth (6-15): $27.75
Child (3-5): $24.75
Members (all ages): $12

*Pricing includes General Exhibit Admissions (required for entry)

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For more information, listen to the PacSci Podcast and watch our quick video below.

Please contact April Collier if you are interested in sponsorship opportunities.

Local Major Sponsor:

Visit Seattle

Additional support provided by Alaska Airlines and The Boeing Company

Media Sponsors:

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This exhibition was organized by Pacific Science Center, Seattle and The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, The United States Of America and the Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau and Shaanxi Cultural Heritage Promotion Centre, People’s Republic of China.