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Exploring Seattle Art Museum

The Seattle Art Museum is actually composed of three main facilities: the main one in downtown Seattle, the Seattle Asian Art Museum and the Olympic Sculpture Park on the central Seattle waterfront. The Asian cultures that helped settle this city take center stage at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, its display cases filled with delicate calligraphy and celadon (Chinese porcelain).


Accommodations near Seattle Art Museum

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Seattle Central Business District is the Sleeping Bulldog Bed and Breakfast, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Cottage Lake Tree House Bed and Breakfast in Seattle Central Business District as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Seattle Art Museum

- Seattle Aquarium


Just try to resist touching the nubby, rubbery flesh of starfish or the slippery smooth rays in the Seattle Aquarium’s touch tank. The waterfront museum also exhibits fragile corals, shore birds, marine mammals and lots of fish.


- Pike Place Market


One of the largest tourist magnets in Seattle is the Pike Place Market, which is also the oldest continually operating farmers market in the entire US. Here you can find the famous fish market and its world-famous fish throwing team with displays of giant crab legs and fresh salmon nestled atop mounds of crushed ice. A colorful array of fresh peaches, berries and apples complement the seafood, as do oversize bouquets of fresh-cut flowers.


Transportation near Seattle Art Museum

Seattle has a varied public transportation system. Visitors can choose from the light rail, metro, streetcars, monorail or taxis depending on where they are travelling to. Of course, if you are planning of visiting the nearby mountains, lakes and towns, it is best to rent a car. Bear in mind though that traffic in Seattle is heavy, especially during rush hour.