Arts & Culture
If your kids love to experience new and exciting things that are truly one-of-a-kind, then plan a date to visit some local, upcoming art exhibits that will be available this summer and fall.
The 128 foot-tall Arctic Building, constructed in a Beaux-Arts style, has a distinctive feature of terra cotta walrus heads that line up on the third floor facade, which it still holds today. In addition, the building is not hard to spot with its submarine blue and orange accents against the cream-colored surface.
Last year, we posted the Best Language Classes in Seattle offering five of the best choices. Here, we have added five more that suitable for adults, children and even infants believe it or not!
You can experience some of Seattle’s best artist and see their work on your own schedule with this customized walking tour plan.
Don’t miss these great summer music festivals in Seattle that are completely free!
The Pacific Northwest region is rich in native art and culture, industrial and technological breakthroughs, and musical innovation. Thanks in large part to Seattle’s wide variety of museums, family members of all ages can learn about the Emerald City’s past – and get a glimpse of its future. From the Museum of Flight to the Experience Music Project and from the Seattle Children’s Museum to the Museum of History and Industry, these are Seattle’s best family-friendly museum exhibits.
Today, you can learn what it means to be a Seattle police officer, a Korean-American, an African-American artist and so much more. Go ahead, put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
This episode of Foursquare on The Pin covers New York City’s new Whitney Museum and other art favorites.
In addition to all the blossoms and blooms that arrive in the spring, so do various spring festivals and each year they seem to become more and more diverse at least in the greater Seattle area. In celebration of our unique Northwest culture, here are five different festivals you should consider attending this year:
Those who are of a certain age remember when record store chains were plentiful. Those were the days before CDs and iTunes. Even with the recent renewed interest in albums, record stores are almost a thing of the past. But they haven’t gone completely. There are a few that have survived the mass exodus. Here are five of the best places to keep you spinning.