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World Kite Museum

World Kite Museum

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Spring Hours: May 1 thru June 15 Wed thru Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Summer Hours: June 15 thru September 15 Daily, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Winter Hours: September 15 thru April 30 Friday thru Tuesday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(360)642-4020 info@worldkitemuseum.com
$6.00 Adults, $5.00 Seniors, $4.00 children
lat: 46.3455453 long: -124.0580021

The World Kite Museum has been showcasing beautiful and unusual uses for kites for over 30 years. Today, the museum has more than 1500 kites from 26 countries. Inside, you’ll see the World Kite Hall of Fame and rotating exhibits on topics such as war kites, leaf kites, miniature kites, and kite stamps. The affordable admission price also includes an opportunity to make your own kite to fly on the windy peninsula beaches, or you can buy a pre-made kite at the gift shop. 

The museum offers several annuals events. The most well known is the Washington State Kite Festival, a week-long kiting celebration and competition held each year during the third full week of August. On the second Sunday in October, the museum participates in the International Kite Fly for Peace with the global kite festival One Sky One World. They also hold a Windless Kite Festival in January and an Asian New Year Kite Festival in February, among other pop-up events.

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