photo credit: Bloodworks Northwest

photo credit: Bloodworks Northwest

Museum of Flight to host pop-up blood drives

Blood donors will receive museum discounts.

The Museum of Flight at 9404 E. Marginal Way S, Seattle is hosting its 4th pop-up donor center, to help ensure an ample blood supply for our community.

The pop-up will be held in the 2nd floor Skyline Room on Wed Apr 7, Fri Apr 9 and Sat Apr 10. Enjoy expansive views of Boeing Field and the Seattle skyline!

Please sign up at:

All donors will receive 50 percent off a future general admission. Plus 20 percent off at the Museum store.

During the pandemic, appointments and face masks are required. For more info on the safety of blood donation during the pandemic, eligibility requirements etc. please visit: For help scheduling your appointment please call 1-800-398-7888

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