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#1 of 4 Museums in Bainbridge Island
While I only visit art museums when I'm with family who seem to care, this is a gem on the gem that is Bainbridge Island.
Rated in the top 10 Forbes list of smaller museums in the country, this museum has carefully anticipated the needs of all visitors while keeping a high level of the diverse artistic and cultural output of the regi...
#2 of 4 Museums in Bainbridge Island
In most museums, the quantity of artifacts and information would have taken up room after room after room.
From the minute we stepped into the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, we disappeared into the turbulent times of World War II and experienced, through media, exhibits, newspapers, DVDs, and saved objects, the t...
#3 of 4 Museums in Bainbridge Island
I like that the museum also provides exploratory activities lead ya docent.
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#4 of 4 Museums in Bainbridge Island
Chihuly Garden and Glass Seattle 12.8 km away
#1 of 77 Museums in Seattle
The Chihuly is one of the best arranged museums anywhere and lends itself to efficient access to his marvelous and diverse talent.
Easily the best museum in Seattle, this venue artfully showcases unique and transcending pieces atypical of other art museums.
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USS Turner Joy Museum Ship Bremerton 10.3 km away
#1 of 10 Museums in Bremerton
I have so much fun going to ship museums.
I highly recommend this experience, right by the marina and ferry dock in downtown Bremerton, and near the Naval Historical Museum, another wonderful experience.
Puget Sound Navy Museum Bremerton 10.6 km away
#2 of 10 Museums in Bremerton
Would have been useful to have some info on other naval museums elsewhere in US for those travelling.
As a retired Navy Chief I often visit, its near the ferry and very interesting, also get directions to the undersea museum in keyport just try the PSNM, and the Undersea museum make a day of it its a great value a...
U.S. Naval Undersea Museum Keyport 11.2 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Keyport
We've seen most of the big military museums (Air Force, Army, Navy) but when we were visiting relatives near by we stumbled across this one and were pleasantly surprised!
The Naval Undersea Museum is one of the best museums in the Pacific Northwest.
Nordic Museum Seattle 10.8 km away
#12 of 77 Museums in Seattle
One of the BEST museums in Seattle
Oh my what a great new museum with wonderful exhibits of the Nordic influence on the world .I was a big fan of the old museum that put on some wonderful events but with this bright and wonderful new building i fee...
#6 of 77 Museums in Seattle
While viewing the Needle, Garden, museums etc, make your way outside the area and visit the Gates Foundation Visitor Centre.
This was the highlight of our trip to Seattle after visiting Pike place, the Space Needle and Art Museums.
Pacific Science Center Seattle 12.7 km away
#9 of 77 Museums in Seattle
We visited the Pacific Science Center while visiting the Chihuily and EMP museums and had a wonderful time.
One of the very very best science museums in a great setting
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Seattle Glassblowing Studio Seattle 13.4 km away
#4 of 77 Museums in Seattle
The Seattle Glassblowing Studio is a mix of art museum and hands on teaching.
I visited the glass museum and then did this amazing workshop.
Museum of History & Industry Seattle 13.8 km away
#5 of 77 Museums in Seattle
Much different than most museums and very informative about Seattle history and influential citizens and companies.
Also there are two other smaller museums about boats outside and worth walking around after exploring MOHAI.
Museum of Pop Culture Seattle 13.0 km away
#11 of 77 Museums in Seattle
We take large family trips every year and every year we end up visiting museums in random cities- New York, New Orleans, etc... this by far was the most engaging museum yet!
Great to explore ... leave enough time to wander .. Most museums take us about 2 hours ... my 16 year old son spent 5 hours in this one - just loved it !
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Living Computers: Museum + Labs Seattle 14.9 km away
#3 of 77 Museums in Seattle
This is one of the best museums we have ever visited.
This was a great hands-on museum with enough history of computers to satisfy those looking for traditional museum experience but also almost all hands on to satisfy the kid in all of us.
The Center for Wooden Boats Seattle 13.9 km away
#7 of 77 Museums in Seattle
Right next to the Museum of History and Industry in Lake Union is a museum that allows you to use and visit the boats on premises.
A perfect place for young and old who want to learn and get connected with Seattle's past through an interactive maritime museum.