A Fun Look (In Photos) At Some of Seattle’s Family-Friendly Museums

Chihuly Glass and Garden

Dave Chihuly is a native of the Pacific Northwest, and although his works are featured all over the world, Seattle is one of only eight permanent exhibitions where you’ll find his beautiful creations.

A Feast for the Eyes

The Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum in Seattle is a must-visit for anyone who appreciates art and nature. The museum’s interior is a feast for the eyes, with intricate glass sculptures displayed in a variety of colorful, imaginative settings.

Outdoor Garden

The outdoor garden at the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum is equally impressive, featuring a whimsical glass sculptures in various colors, surrounded by lush greenery. The juxtaposition of the two makes for a striking exhibition.

Seattle Space Needle

Perhaps the most iconic place in the entire city is one that defines the Seattle skyline. This relic from the 1962 World’s Fair is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state. Although not technically a museum, it's worth being on this list!

360-Degree Viewing Platform

Once you take the elevator to the top, you can walk all the way around the outside of the Space Needle. Sit on the glass bench and lean back against the glass barrier (if you dare!), and get a picture of the sweeping view behind you. (Pro tip: Plan your visit for sunset and you’ll be in for a real treat!)

The Loupe – Seattle Space Needle’s Glass Floor

It has the world’s only revolving glass floor. For those brave enough to trust it, you can lie down and take a selfie to prove to the world you did it! (My nine year old had no problem with it.)

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