Description: The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (SFM) is a nonprofit organization created to inspire new generations to reach beyond the present, imagine the future and explore the infinite possibilities of the universe.
The first museum devoted to this dynamic and far-reaching genre, SFM combines artifacts and information in evocative environments, immersing visitors in science fiction's 'alternative worlds.' Witness how science fiction touches all forms of artistic expression and reframes the complexities of science, art, culture and the humanities - helping give visitors new insights into themselves and their world.
The museum is also home to the Science Fiction Hall of Fame, honoring the legends and luminaries that have shaped humanity's visions of the future. The initial 36 members of the Hall of Fame represent major figures in the establishment of the science fiction genre - from Mary Shelley and H.G. Wells to Sir Arthur C. Clarke and Robert Heinlein. New members will be inducted annually as SFM continues to celebrate the artists and thinkers that create the visions of tomorrow.
The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of fame is co-located with Experience Music Project in the landmark Frank Gehry building at Seattle Center.