Explore the history of aviation at Seattle’s massive air and space museum, with 150 aircraft to admire, and a mock-NASA control room that lets you pilot a Space Shuttle.
Cutting-edge pop culture is always on the move. The highly interactive EMP Museum, designed by Frank Gehry, is dedicated to keeping up with groundbreaking music, video, and technology.
Downtown Seattle’s fine art museum has more than 23,000 pieces of art in its diverse collection, spanning every nation and era, plus year-round temporary exhibits.
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The Science Fiction Museum is in the same building as the Experience Music Project and they are available on a single ticket at $15 adult (2007). The AAA rate was only $11
Another city pass activity, this also included a free Imax movie. The Pacific Science Center is a hands-on exploration of all things science. Even though the center is
Hours: Mon-Fri (10-5pm) Sat-Sun(10-6pm)Fees: US$7.5 Adult or Child (under 1 is free)Located at the basement in Seattle Center (under the food court), this is children’s
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