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4Culture, the cultural services agency for King County, Washington is committed to making our region stronger by supporting citizens and groups who preserve our shared heritage, and create arts and cultural opportunities for residents and visitors.
There are sixteen large sculptures on the grounds and the gallery of smaller works is also available. The working gallery is not open to the public. No admission fee; no photos please.
Argosy has been celebrating the breathtaking beauty of Seattle since 1949. Argosy provides private and public cruises and tours around Puget Sound including Lakes, Locks & Harbor Cruises, Royal Argosy dining trips & Tillicum Village Salmon Bake.
Artisans at the Dahmen Barn is a creativity center where art comes alive! Visitors can watch artisans in their studios, enjoy live music performances and monthly exhibits and purchase art, fine crafts and local products at The Shop at the Barn.
An intimate gallery located on the historic “Mountain Highway” near the Nisqually entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. Featuring local art, history, and books.
The museum consists of a 1908 schoolhouse, a modern annex filled with archives and rotating exhibits.
The museum is responsible for Washington State collections of natural and cultural heritage and sharing the knowledge that makes them meaningful.
The Calling for Healing Waters sculpture is a human figure sundial commemorating Colville Confederated Tribes.
Reaching the most northwestern point in the lower United States just got easier for thousands of people.
A ride on the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad is a pleasant, scenic, and relaxing journey back in time.
The sacred burial site of Seattle's namesake, Chief Sealth is located behind St. Peter's Mission on Suquamish Tribal land.
The Coast Artillery Museum was established to preserve and interpret coast artillery history with special emphasis on the harbor defenses of Puget Sound as they existed and functioned from the late 1800s to the end of World War II.
Opened in 1959, Crow Valley Pottery continues to focus on artists creating original works in a variety of media. Potters Jeffri Coleman and Michael Rivkin anchor an exciting gallery unmatched in the islands for its breadth of artists.
EMP seeks to engage museum visitors in critical thinking about creativity in contemporary society by educating and inspiring a range of visitors of different ages, interests, and experiences.
The planes within the Flying Heritage Collection were created at a time when aeronautical discovery had evolved to aviation mastery.
Fort Simcoe State Park is a 200-acre, day-use heritage park in south central Washington on the Yakama Indian Nation Reservation.
Since its founding in 1927, the Henry Art Gallery has served the Pacific Northwest as a pioneer in bringing contemporary art and ideas to the region.
The museum displays include railroad memorabilia and history, photos and artifacts of Port Crescent, Gettysburg, Disque, Twin, Piedmont, Fort Hayden at Tongue Point, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc, and of course, Joyce.
The Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum is the nation's only public museum dedicated solely to powerboat racing. The museum features an incredible collection of vintage hydroplanes spanning seven decades, including boats that have won 17 Gold Cups.
Founded in 1949, Larson Gallery is the oldest gallery of its type in Central Washington. Larson Gallery exhibits the finest and most progressive art from local, regional and national artists in curated solo, small group exhibitions and juried shows.
ACM is designed to preserve history and celebrate the world’s automotive culture. The spacious facility will house up to 500 cars, trucks and motorcycles from private owners, corporations and the LeMay collection.
Located in the historic 1912 Northern Pacific Railway depot this museum offers interesting displays depicting the early settlements and pioneer life in Lewis County.
The Makah Museum interprets and houses 300-500 year old artifacts recovered from the Ozette Archaeological Site.
European and American art, an extensive Native American art collection, and gorgeous views of the Columbia River Gorge. Experience the enchantment of one of the Northwest’s most fascinating cultural destinations. Just 100 scenic miles from Vancouver.
The land that is now Meadowbrook Farm has been a focal site of human activity for thousands of years.
The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center (MAC) is home to the Adam East collection of Native American artifacts from the Columbia Basin region.
The Museum’s collection includes more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn®—the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co.
With its striking architecture, majestic outdoor art installations, the remarkable Chihuly Bridge of Glass and the finest Museum Store around, the Museum of Glass IS Tacoma's cultural landmark.
Visitors can explore the history of undersea warfare and exploration as well as a natural science interpretive exhibit featuring "The Ocean Environment".
Welcome…….History abounds at the Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, Washington. Come visit one of the finest collections of 19th century carriages, buggy’s, wagons and historical artifacts in the country.
Learn about Washington's history of the rails and settlement and even take a 75 minute trip on a historic locomotive leaving from either Snoqualmie or North Bend.
Either take a guided tour, join a monthly guided walk through the park or explore the park at your own leisure.
In the winter of 1969-1970 a storm caused the bank at the Ozette village location to slump, exposing hundreds of perfectly preserved wooden artifacts!
Come visit SAM, home of the hammering man in the heart of downtown Seattle.
Supported by the people of Seattle, we are home to the finest cultural and educational organizations, sports teams, festivals, community programs and entertainment facilities.
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Creative gifts are offered for all occasions: original paintings, prints, pottery, sculptures, wood carvings, metal and iron work, blown glass and jewelry.