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Attractions for Seattle (9)
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Dedicated to popular culture and music, this museum is housed in a Frank Gehry building and utilizes cutting edge technology. Wheelchair accessible. Guided tours for visitors who are blind or who have low vision are available upon request if booked at least two weeks ahead of time.
325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 770 2700
Experience life in the 1850s as you watch costumed guides recreating every day tasks. Mostly accessible for wheelchair users with ramps and turnarounds, but some buildings can only be viewed from the outside. Museum store and outside path are wheelchair accessible. Accessible restrooms are in the fort. Information is available in alternative formats. A cell-phone audio tour is also available.
5400 N. Pearl St., #11, Tacoma WA, 98407
(253) 591 5339
Explore the interactive exhibits and displays, then take a tour of the Boeing plant and watch airplanes being assembled. Center is wheelchair accessible including restrooms. Please call in advance to reserve a space on a wheelchair accessible tour or if you have difficulty walking, since the tour involves two steep flights of stairs. Service animals welcome. ASL translation available on all tours with two weeks notice.
8415 Paine Field Blvd, Mukilteo, WA 98275
(800) 464 1476
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