Explore the historic NVC Memorial Hall exhibits with a guided tour through the personal stories, displays honoring WWII Nisei Veterans, and experience the history of Japanese American incarceration
The historic NVC Memorial Hall has served as a Japanese American community center since the 1950s. It has always been thought to be a “living museum”. A variety of options are available for your visit are available.
The NVC/NVC Foundation Reference Library is to provide access to materials focused on honoring the past, and educating the future. It serves as an educational resource and offers photo archives, an oral history kiosk, Nisei Archive library, and much more.
If your classroom or group would like a tour of our facilities, memorials, and much more, please visit this page to request information and begin scheduling your visit.
The NVC Foundation Japanese American Memorial Wall honors Japanese Americans who were interned during World War II or who have served in the military.
The NVC Memorial Hall is located at 1212 South King Street, Seattle, Washington 98144. It hosts a range of events for the NVC and NVCF, such as movie screenings, dances, wedding receptions, memorial services, banquet and sit-down meal programs, and much more.