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Bellevue Art Museum
510 NE Bellevue Way | ph: (425) 454-3322

The region's newest museum has made a splash on the Eastside. Its exhibitions and programs present contemporary visual art of the Pacific Northwest, the

nation and the world.

Designed by world-renowned architect Steven Holl, this visually exquisite 36,000 square foot structure combines elements of a traditional art museum with an art school, studio, and community center. The stunning fresh impact of this facility is sure to become a must see favorite for art lovers and tourists alike.

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Tacoma Art Museum
1123 Pacific Ave | ph: (253) 272.4258
From Picasso ceramics to outsider art, the Tacoma Art Museum has a history of presenting diverse exhibits. Home to the largest public Chihuly collection, the museum is equally dedicated to showing the works of Pacific Northwest artists as it is to national and international works. In 2003, the museum will move into its brand new building, where it will have more room for exhibitions.
Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 NW 67th St | ph: (206) 789.5707
Located in the Scandinavian enclave of Ballard, the Nordic Heritage Museum is the only museum in the United States to honor immigrants from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Featuring exhibits on Nordic immigration, and five ethnic galleries, the museum showcases the art and artifacts of America's Nordic citizens.
Odyssey Maritime Center
2205 Alaskan Way [ Bell Street Pier ] | ph: (206) 374.4000
Overlooking Elliott Bay, the Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center is a hands-on museum that explores the workings of Seattle's port. Through four main exhibits - Harborwatch, Sharing the Sound, Harvesting the Sea, and Ocean Trade - visitors can experience everything from tracking vessels and weather to a day in the life of a deep-sea fisherman. Creative and well designed, the museum is entertaining for children and adults alike.
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue | ph: (206) 622-9250
Admission is free and the art is top notch. Collections of American and European paintings from the 19th century are the museum's mainstay, but exhibitions of contemporary art from the Northwest, Russia, and elsewhere provide exciting seasonal spice. The building is itself an attraction, with its modern, distinct lines and tranquil water fountain.
Museum of Flight
9404 E. Marginal Way S. | ph: (206) 764.5700
Seattle's status as the home of Boeing has resulted in the development of many of the most important airplanes ever right here in Puget Sound. A sampling of those planes is found within the Museum of Flight. They include the first Boeing planes, used to carry mail around Seattle, '50s and '60s-era jet fighters, and the Air Force One plane used by Nixon and Ford. But, there are too many planes to describe here, so you'll have to make a visit to look over the dozens of planes.
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