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.
Limited openings Friday through Saturday 12-4pm during its restoration.
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.
Accessible through any mode of transportation the LeMay Museum is the largest collection in the world, conveniently located beside the Tacoma Dome.
Located in at the base of Kent's East Hill, Mill Creek Earthworks Park is a geographical wonder that any child between 1 and 100 will find enjoyable.
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.
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