Good Things Come in Two’s for the Unity Museum in Seattle, Washington
The Washington Bahá’í History Museum located near the University of Washington in Seattle, is always looking for ways in which it can better serve those who visit it and study there. Now it has a new name that it hopes will convey its mission better.
Henceforward, the museum will be known as The Unity Museum: A Bahá’í Perspective on Peace. The Unity Museum team feels that “it is the right time to emphasize our commitment to the unity of the human race.” The Museum’s “vision and mission will continue to remain focused on serving the community and providing educational resources. Our exhibits, discussions, and activities will continue to use the principles of the Bahá’í Faith for inspiration and guidance.”
The Unity Museum is also proud to announce that, in a contest by King5 TV to rank seventy-seven museums in Western Washington, it came in second place. The first-place winner was America’s Car Museum. The third-, fourth-, and fifth-place winners were The LeMay Family Collection (a museum featuring the history of the automobile), the Museum of Flight, and the Pacific Science Center.
Congratulations to The Unity Museum on its new name and on it second-place ranking among museums in Western Washington.