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Seattle, Washington
AKCHO (Association of King County Historical Organizations) is a meeting place of ideas. Serves as forum for issues that confront museums, historical societies and heritage matters. Provides speakers on historical and technical matters, workshops and shar
Seattle, Washington
Art
Seattle, Washington
Historical Society
Seattle, Washington
Art
Seattle, Washington
Anthropology, Children's, Culture, History, Natural History, Nature Centers
The Burke Museum creates a better understanding of the world and our place in it. The museum is responsible for Washington State collections of natural history and cultural heritage, and for sharing the knowledge that makes them meaningful. The Burke welcomes a broad and diverse audience and provides a community gathering place that nurtures life-long learning and encourages respect, responsibility, and reflection.
Seattle, Washington
A collection of Camp Fire memorabilia including uniforms, awards, pictures, scrapbooks, early crafts. All articles are donated by Camp Fire alumni or their families. Displays show Camp Fire's 85 years as a youth organization in the Puget Sound.
Seattle, Washington
Botanical Garden
On the grounds of the Locks are the Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens. When the Locks were being constructed, the Corps of Engineers hired botanist Carl English to transform the gravel dug up from the Locks' construction into an English style botanical garden. For 43 years, Mr. English labored on the seven acres of the Gardens. The results of his work are one of Seattle's beauty secrets. Most of the Gardens consist of lovely landscaping on slopes overlooking the Locks.
Seattle, Washington
History
Seattle, Washington
Culture
Seattle, Washington
Culture, History, Specialized
CWB is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving maritime heritage for future generations. We believe that it is essential to preserve the skills and stories associated with wooden small craft by teaching workshops, organizing events and regattas, and igniting a passion for wood and water in young and old alike. We thrive because of the support of a dedicated group of volunteers, members, and staff who believe that our mission is important.
Seattle, Washington
Children's
The Children's Museum offers children and their families a fun, interactive learning experience that challenges visitors to work in teams, manipulate objects, role play, problem solve and develop eye-hand coordination with a variety of unique exhibits and
Seattle, Washington
Specialized
Seattle, Washington
Seattle, Washington
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Seattle, Washington
Historical Society
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