Visitor Info

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • Please do not touch the bonsai.
  • Food is not allowed in the Museum.
  • Pets are not allowed in the Museum with the exception of service animals.
  • Please be courteous of our grounds. The facility is raked daily to ensure a serene environment for our visitors and to create safe walkways. Please help us respect the rake.
  • Personal photography is encouraged. The use of tripods requires permission from the Museum office.
  • Commercial photography must be scheduled in advance and may incur a fee. Please contact us at 253.353.7345 or info@pacificbonsaimuseum.org.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From the North

  • Take I5 South to Exit 143
  • Turn left on to S 320th Street (0.5 mi)
  • Right onto Weyerhaeuser Way (1.0 mi)
  • At the traffic circle take the second exit (0.1 mi)
  • Turn right onto Weyerhaeuser Road (0.7 mi)
  • The Museum will be on your left and parking is on your right in the West Parking Lot.

From the South

  • Take I5 North to Exit 143
  • Turn right on to S 320th Street (0.3 mi)
  • Right onto Weyerhaeuser Way (1.0 mi)
  • At the traffic circle take the second exit (0.1 mi)
  • Turn right onto Weyerhaeuser Road (0.7 mi)
  • The Museum will be on your left and parking is on your right in the West Parking Lot.

 

You can find us on Google Maps here!

Pacific Bonsai Museum Map (2)

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Take the Link Light Rail from Seattle to the SeaTac Airport Stop. From there take a taxi to 2515 S 336th Street, Federal Way, WA 98003. Seattle Taxi can be reached at 253-872-5600 for return service.

 

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

While you’re here make sure to check out our neighbor, the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden.

Home to one of the largest collections of species rhododendrons in the world, the garden displays over 700 of the more than 1,000 species found in the wilds of North America, Europe, and Asia, as well as the tropical regions of southeast Asia and northern Australia. The Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden is a separate non-profit organization that is not affiliated with the Pacific Bonsai Museum.

Looking for where to eat, where to stay and fun things to do in the area? Check out Visit Federal Way for lots of great visitor information!

 

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