KIng Tut is just part of the Summer events at the Seattle Center

With the Summer festivities getting started in Seattle one of the events that should be on the top of your to do list would be to visit the Seattle Pacific Science Center and see Tutankhamum:The Golden King and Great Pharohs exhibit. This exhibit is organized by the National Geographic and has double the artifacts that were shown when the exhibit last visited the area in the 1970’s. This is the only stop in North American and the Exhibitors have said that the show will never return to the States again.

The Seattle Center also now has the Dale Chihuly Glass Museum that is open to the public. One of the world’s renowned glass blowers Dale Chihuly has put glass blowing on the map. Walk through the landscaped gardens filled with beautiful glass objects. Inside the Glass House you can see the largest hanging glass exhibit that the Artist has ever done. I have been told by some Guest that riding down the Space Needle you can get a quick glimpse of the beautiful artwork from high above the ground.

If you interested in the music scene then the Experience Music Project is the place to be. Paul Allen the former Microsoft founder has always had an affinity towards music and was instrumental in getting the Museum build. There are many displays of Jimi Hendrix’s memorbilia as well as ongoing special exhibits such as the Nirvana exhibit. There are alot of interactive stations in the Museum and is a place where you could literally spend the whole day looking around.

All of  Seattle’s Bed and Breakfast Associations are in close proximity to the Seattle Center. The Innkeepers of our Association are Veterans at getting their Guests to their destination. Whether by car, bus or just plain walking your Innkeeper is there to help you plan your day of activities.

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