Washington state's first dinosaur fossil is the last object to move from the former Burke Museum and into the New Burke.
Tribal leaders returned to the Burke to offer a second cedar brushing ceremony as we near the end of the move.
See the New Burke Museum from the sky in this drone video from October 2017.
From groundbreaking to the New Burke building being fully enclosed. Watch the construction progress in this video playlist.
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- Get an inside look at the New Burke Museum (and the Old Burke's T. rex) | April 6, 2018
- Burke's 'patina of history' won't be forgotten | March 3, 2018
- A home away from home for Pacific Islander students | February 23, 2018
- Museums revive Native artifacts to tell richer stories | February 1, 2018
- The New Burke Museum is a world to behold—literally | November 5, 2017
- New Burke still awaiting state funding, gets loan of $14M | August 15, 2017
- How virtual reality is shaping the new home of Washington state's oldest museum | April 2, 2017
- Community investments in a growing university district | November 2, 2016
- Burke Museum breaks new ground | May 19, 2016
- Turning the museum inside out | September/October 2015
- Seattle museums experience recent growth | December 9, 2015
- Burke Museum to pitch legislature for a new building | September 9, 2014