If you are in serious discovery, and I hope so, because when you stop learning, there is really no need to continue existing ones, there will be plenty of museums around Seattle in Washington that will feed your mind while entertaining your family. The large number of museums in this area makes it a very interesting place to visit. There are museums that cover everything from Klondike Gold Rush to log houses and many, many things in between.
In addition, in the pair of museums mentioned above there are some interesting museums that are worth visiting during your stay in Seattle. The first one is the Aviation Museum. This is probably one of the museums Seattle is most pleased with. It is consistently chosen as one of the, if not the best, museums in the country. Find your flight history and even take a ride in a flight simulator or visit the original Air Force One. No matter how you feel about flying, I’m almost sure that someone in your group (especially when there are boys) will see this museum, which will be very interesting.
The Northwest Railway Museum is another museum that is not only educational, but also fun for the whole family. Visit a depot that has been fully restored and restored to its original glory, or take a ride on one of the trains. Regardless of what you like, your little one’s eyes (even if not too small) will illuminate the concept of running on rails. The mission of this museum is to educate the public about the important role railways have played in the development of Washington State in history. I think they have achieved their goal quite nicely, and I’m glad that they can make more people know about them and their mission.
The next museum that is a little bit out of the ordinary, yet very interesting and educational, is the Museum of Whales. This is especially interesting if you plan to watch whales, although many people visit the fantastic city of Seattle. Watching whales is always a fantastic entertainment and is even more enjoyable if you are armed with the knowledge you can gain by spending some time discovering whales at the Whale Museum before going on a further voyage of observation.
The Odyssey Maritime Discovery Middle is another of the truly magnificent museums to be found in Seattle. This museum not only offers great resources and information about the maritime history that is so important to Seattle today, but also interactive expositions that encourage children to learn and discover by doing. It is a great place to spend the day, but pay special attention to their time on the day you are organising your participation, as this centre has shorter working hours than most museums.
The Wing Luke Asian Museum is the only museum of its kind in the USA. The museum is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Latin American culture, history and art. This museum has a permanent exhibition that is prepared to remind us of the internment camps that were employed for Japanese North American citizens during World War II. I feel so, to a greater extent everything else is a necessary reminder and worth visiting, and there are more exhibits that offer entertainment and education.