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Seattle, Washington
History
Federal Way, Washington
History
The Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection is an outdoor museum of living art, featuring more than 50 outstanding bonsai in an elegant setting. Special exhibits, lectueres, guided tours and educational literature are offered at no charge.
Seattle, Washington
Science
Mount Vernon, Washington
Aquarium, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
Padilla Bay is an estuary at the saltwater edge of the large delta of the Skagit River in the Salish Sea. It is about eight miles long (north to south) and three miles across. In 1980, this bay was selected to be included in the National Estuarine Research Reserve System.
Puyallup, Washington
History
Established in 1930 by Dr. and Mrs. Warner Karshner, the Paul H. Karshner Memorial Museum provides firsthand learning opportunities for K-5 students in the Puyallup School District.
Vancouver, Washington
History
Aviation museum with flyable antique aircraft, a pictorial history wall and exhibits that depict rich aviation history of the field and Army Air Corps days. Children's hands-on interactive room, theater, Restoration Hangar, reference library and Transpola
Seattle, Washington
History
Tacoma, Washington
Aquarium
Hoquiam, Washington
Park
Housed in the 26 room 1924 mansion of timber heir Arnold Polson, the Polson Museum collects, preserves and exhibits the written, photographic and artifactual history of Grays Harbor and its surrounding communities.
Yacolt, Washington
Pre-electrical farm life utilizing living-history demonstrations and hands-on activities. Costumed interpreters portray 1920's life in rural southwest. Washington.
Port Gamble, Washington
History
Port Angeles, Washington
Art
Museum offers changing exhibitions of contemporary art by Northwest and international artists, and nature trails with permanent and temporarily sited sculptures.
Port Gamble, Washington
The Port Gamble Historic Museum represents efforts to conserve and protect a very special chapter in the history of the Pacific Northwest and the forest products industry.
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