Bellingham's art and history museum comprises three buildings near one another downtown. At its centerpiece is the Lightcatcher, a LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building with an 180-foot-long translucent wall. Rotating shows are presented here, as are permanent collections of contemporary Northwest artists. The second building, Bellingham's 1892 former city hall is a redbrick structure that was converted into a museum in 1941—it completed
a dramatic renovation in 2010 and contains historic exhibits. The third building, the Syre Education Center, contains a photographic archive.
250 Flora St., Bellingham, Washington, 98225, United States