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8th Ave S & S King St, Seattle

The Wing Luke Museum Mission: We connect everyone to the dynamic history, cultures, and art of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders through vivid storytelling and inspiring experiences to advance racial and social equity. Located in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District, the Museum contains galleries, hosts tours, and conducts programs telling the stories of these...

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33rd Avenue Northwest / Northwest 54th Street, Seattle

Many lake and river systems of King County flow to the sea through the locks in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. Fish ladder viewing platforms allow visitors to catch glimpses of migrating salmon, a powerful reminder of the thread of life that begins in snowmelt from the mountains through the Greenway.

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19901 Cedar Falls Road S.E.,

Nestled between Mount Washington and Rattlesnake Mountain, this lake is popular for fishing, swimming, hiking, and picnicking. The Palouse to Cascades Trail heads east from here and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail heads north. The Cedar River Watershed Education Center houses exhibits relating to the 90,000-acre watershed that supplies much of Seattle’s drinking water.

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UW Campus, 17th Ave NE and NE 45th St, Seattle

The Burke features the natural and cultural history of the Pacific Northwest – birds, fossils, logging tools – you name it, and one of the Burke’s education programs or exhibits can tell you about it. Located in the University District, the museum always has something new to teach, in an afternoon or a week-long...