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Art of the American West

Okay folks, it’s time to head south, outside of the Seattle city limits, and get a taste of the American West – in Tacoma. Yep, that’s right, the Tacoma Art Museum has just opened a brand new wing to house its newest collection of art, donated to the museum by the Haub family.  Read More 

Tropical Butterfly House

Today I was standing in the middle of the butterfly exhibit at the Pacific Science Center. “And…?”, you might be thinking. And, all that came to mind was “how cool is this?”  Read More 

The Seahawk Mask

Help bring the Seahawk mask that most likely inspired the Seattle Seahawks logo to the Burke Museum! If all goes according to plan, and the museum’s Kickstarter campaign, the 12th man will play a large part in bringing the mask in for a landing at the University of Washington’s Burke Museum.  Read More 

History with a Twist

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Do you routinely unearth a variety of treasures (absolutely not trash!) from your little one’s coat pockets or find odd and ends stuffed in his car seat?  Read More 
Flying Heritage Collection

Flying Heritage Collection

There is no shortage of attractions in Seattle for aviation buffs. One of the best is the Flying Heritage Collection at Paine Field in Everett, showcasing WWII-era military planes from various nations, all restored to flying condition.  Read More 

Museums for the 5 and under Set

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Has your little one grown tired of the same ol’ toys in her playroom, the climbing structure at the local park, and the worn out waterlogged sandbox in the backyard? It may be time to spice up your tot’s awake time and check out one of the many awesome …  Read More 
Paul Allen's Living Computer Museum

Paul Allen’s Living Computer Museum

Seattle played a giant role in the personal computer revolution, with Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen leading the way. Paul Allen has taken his passion for the history of computers and built an amazing and possibly only computer museum of its kind called the Living Computer Museum.  Read More 

Light Up the Night

Support the Pacific Science Center by marking a major milestone in your life! How, you ask? By lighting up the Science Center’s iconic arches.  Read More 
cedar river

Cedar River Watershed Education Center

Want to know where 70% of Seattle’s water comes from? I promise, the knowledge is worth the trip! All you need to do is hop on I-90 and head east about 35 miles toward North Bend ’til you come upon the Cedar River Watershed Education Center.  Read More