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The Center For Wooden Boats.
The Museum Of History And Industry
Very Cool ---> Peek inside at the MOHAI construction progress here.
A very nice place to spend a minute, or an afternoon.
I spent some time walking around and there were kids activities, tours, a model boat pond, native boat carving lessons, and even an ice cream cruise on the lake. So easy to drive by a place like this and miss so much of our own local and native history. Lots of learning to do here.
The Center for Wooden Boats is a place where urban residents of Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest can watch their sails instead of their cells. The public is invited to explore maritime history, by rowing, paddling or sailing a diverse collection of classic boats, participating in events from the annual Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival to regattas to boat shows, taking a free Sunday afternoon sail, attending a maritime skills workshop, volunteering, or simply by walking the docks. Admission is always free.
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| Kid Friendly Lunchtime Cache Available year-round Restricted hours Bicycles permitted on paths Less than 500 ft. from car to cache
Accessible in Winter
Beware of Muggles! Bring a pen or pencil Park n Grab
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