Museums - Art

 
Dinosaurs, fossils, Native American masks, Asian cultural costumes, bugs and birds! Get the inside story on Washington State natural history and Northwest Native American culture.
Be overwhelmed with light, color and glass in a way you have never experienced.
Just minutes away from downtown Seattle, it's possible to discover an Asian cultural experience.
A stunning twenty acres of hills and valleys, the Kubota Garden features streams, waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings and an exceptionally rich and mature collection of plant material.
Washington's own Bavarian Village.
America's favorite farmers market. Watch out for low flying fish! Pike Place Market is a must-see!
Where Seattle begins. Pioneer Square is a historic attraction featuring restaurants, art, nightclubs, and historic tours.
One of the finest community orchestras on the west coast reaching over 5,000 people a year with a broad range of music from the classical and pop repertoire.
Located just a block south of Pike Place Market, the SAM features spectacular Art collections from every corner of the world.
Seattle Center reflects the heartbeat of a great city. Seattle Center thrives as a very dynamic urban center featuring many festivals, movies, concerts or sports activities.
 
 

Upcoming Events

After Dark Mondays & Wednesdays at ACME Bowl Sep 01, 2014 @ 09:30 PM. Unlimited Cosmic Bowling every Monday & Wednesday at The Alley in ACME Bowl from 9:30pm to close.
Free MOHAI Admission Sep 04, 2014 @ 10:00 AM. Every 1st Thursday of each month, admission to MOHAI is free!

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Recipe: Pike Place Market Gazpacho with Heirloom Tomatoes There’s no better summer soup than Gazpacho with heirloom tomatoes from Pike Place Farmers Market.
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