The Nordic Cafe In Washington Where You Can Eat Like A Modern Day Viking

Seattle’s Nordic Museum got a brand new location in Ballard in 2018. Not only is the new building beautiful, it’s home to what is now the largest museum in the country that honors the legacies of immigrants from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. It also happens to be home to a new Nordic cafe, Freya, and the food is fantastic.

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Address: 2655 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA, 98107

Seattle’s Nordic Museum is definitely worth exploring — and come hungry. And if you love visiting the museums in our beautiful state, these spots have free admission.