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Stopped here before a Seahawks game. Very informative, easy to read exhibits, well laid out, clean, friendly. A surprise considering the location but put it on your list to stop by. 30 minutes you can see everything, but plan for a bit longer if you...More
Area is very sketchy – replete with many homeless services and persons. There also weren’t many people besides walking around (on a Sunday afternoon). It set my Spidey senses tingling so I didn’t stay very long. However, from what I could see in the Pioneer...More
It was the last day in Seattle and we visited after taking the underground tour. Museum is well laid out with interesting exhibits. Lots of things to look at and very professionally done. It was free although they said donations were welcomed. If you like...More
If you have any interest in learning about Seattle's history, then 30 minutes here is the perfect place to learn. Run by the National Park Service, it's a good history of what helped Seattle grow in the late 1800's. Free. Worth your time.
Nothing like a free museum to spend some extra time. It’s donwn the street from the underground tour and a great place to spend 30-60 minutes. Much of the info is part of American lore, but you get to see some tools close up. Those...More