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Seattle Recreation and Amusement Information that is useful for both new and current residents of Seattle area.
Ballard Locks, Experience Music Project, Museum of Flight, Pacific Science Center, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Art Museum, Space Needle, Washington Park Arboretum, Woodland Park Zoo.

Ballard Locks: 206-783-7059
The Ballard Locks connect Puget Sound with the fresh water of Salmon Bay, Lake Washington, and Lake Union where you can watch vessels being raised and lowered. The locks also features seven acres of botanical gardens and salmon fish ladders that can be seen from an underwater viewing window.

Experience Music Project: 1-877-EMPLIVE
The Experience Music Project, located near the Space Needle, is an interactive museum featuring a repository of more than 80,000 artifacts, including what is reportedly the world's largest collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia. Visitors to the museum will discover a hands-on experience intended to draw them into the creative processes involved in making music.

Museum of Flight: 206-764-5720
The Museum of Flight showcases the history of aviation technology from its inception to the present. Exhibits are housed in the Red Barn, Boeing's first manufacturing plant, and in the glassed-in Great Gallery Complex located near Boeing field.

Pacific Science Center: 206-443-2001
Located under the arches near the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center is a six-building complex offering hands-on science adventure. It also contains a planetarium, a three and one-half story IMAX theater, and the Spacearium featuring laser light shows.

Pike Place Market: 206-682-7453
Since 1907, local farmers have been offering fresh produce at the Pike Place Market. The market complex is home to several hundred businesses, ranging from fish markets to arts and crafts shops, bookstores, street musicians, and dozens of restaurants, delis, and take-outs.

Pioneer Square: 206-667-0687
Pioneer Square is a 30 block historic district that has sidewalk cafes, art galleries, antique shops, boutiques, nightclubs, restaurants, and parks.

Seattle Aquarium: 206-386-4300
The Seattle Aquarium, located at Pier 59 on the waterfront, features several species of birds, fish, invertebrates, and marine mammals. Highlights include the 400,000-gallon Underwater Dome with a 360 degree view of Puget Sound's aquatic life, the Pacific Coral Reef Exhibit, the Tide Pool Exhibit, sea otters, seals, and a salmon ladder and hatchery.

Seattle Art Museum: 206-654-3100
The Seattle Art Museum, located in downtown Seattle, features more than 20,000 art objects, from African, Asian, ancient Mediterranean and Egyptian collections, to old master paintings and contemporary Northwest art. The museum also houses a cafe and store.

Space Needle: 206-905-2100
The Space Needle, Seattle's crowning landmark, offers a 360 degree view from the observation deck which includes both an indoor and outdoor viewing deck, a gift shop, and an espresso bar. Above the observation deck is a revolving restaurant offering Northwest cuisine.

Washington Park Arboretum: 206-543-8800
The Washington Park Arboretum is a 200 acre living museum of trees, shrubs, and vines featuring more than 10,000 exotic plants. The grounds also include a 3.5 acre Japanese Garden that features azaleas, Japanese maples, rhododendrons, camellias, evergreens, mosses, ferns, a pond, and a tea house.

Woodland Park Zoo:206.684.4800
The Woodland Park Zoo, located near Green Lake in Seattle, provides naturalistic homes for more than 300 species of wildlife.

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