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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm founded by Emily Conrad, an interaction and technology designer and Joe Karadin, a physical designer and architect. As experienced designers working in the industry over 20 years each, and together for nearly a decade, we saw an opportunity to fulfill a demand for new immersive design and offer a fresh approach to the traditional exhibit design industry. more...
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Fairfield, Washington
History
Bellingham, Washington
Art, Children's, General, Science
Your entire family is invited to celebrate Carnival in the new Lightcatcher building! Create a festive hat, transform yourself with a mask, and get your face painted. Hear about carnival around the world during storytelling in the galleries.
Enumclaw, Washington
Park
Port Angeles, Washington
Art
Ferndale, Washington
Historical Society
Seattle, Washington
Historical Society
•to provide on-going education in genealogical research techniques.
Everett, Washington
Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Science, Specialized
The Flying Heritage Collection showcases the spectacular warbirds and technologies from 1935-1945, with exhibits that shine a light on the humanity at the homefronts of the warring nations. Set a midst a restored working hangar, visitors of all ages can get up close and personal to these treasures of the sky, and learn how innovators and innovations of the past led the way to modern aviation and aerospace technologies.
Buckley, Washington
History, Historical Society
Displays that represent local history of logging, mining, forestry, sandstone & farming for past & present towns of Buckley, Enumclaw, Boise, Osceola, Burnett, South Prairie, Wilkeson, Carbonado, Melmont, Fairfax & Spiketon.
Forks, Washington
Specialized
Coupeville, Washington
Park
Nordland, Washington
Park
Fort Lewis, Washington
Museum exhibits chronicle the history of the U.S. Army in the Pacific Northwest, 1804-present. Special emphasis on the history of Fort Lewis from 1917. Outdoor vehicle park, gift store.
Tacoma, Washington
History
Fort Nisqually provides public education through the interpretation, collection, preservation & exhibition of structures, artifacts & documents which relate to the historical role of the Hudson's Bay Company & the Puget Sound Agricultural Company in regio
Pateros, Washington
History
White Swan, Washington
Walla Walla, Washington
Pioneer Village and Agricultural museum housed on the 1858 military reservation of old Fort Walla Walla. Pioneer settlement with 14 structures. 28,000 artifacts including one of the nation's largest collections of horse-era agricultural equipment. Perma
Pasco, Washington
Historical Society
Housed in a a 1911 Carnegie Library, the Franklin County Historical Museum tells the story of the settlement of Franklin County through exhibits of photos and artifacts, beginning with American Indians, explorers, fur traders, railroading and early cattle
Seattle, Washington
History
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