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Named for the mid-century Seattle architect and artist who fought to preserve the Pike Place Market, Victor Steinbrueck Park though being minuscule is loved. The grassy knoll provides a much needed rest and lunch spot for market visitors and workers. The view of Elliott Bay is fabulous. Steinbrueck's son, Peter, is now a member of the city council, and is fighting to preserve the park's views from a hotel developer who wants to block them. The Seattle tradition of liberal politics lives on.
Featuring pinball machines dating back 70 years to modern incarnations, Seattle Pinball Museum is all about this fun game! With the price of admission you can view all of the interesting pinball machines, and better yet, you can play pinball! Seattle Pinball Museum is an interesting hybrid of an arcade and museum, where you can learn about the machines by reading the plaques beside the games as well as play all of the machines. Try beating the high score of the vintage 1966 Loop the Loop machine or try mastering the 2011 Rolling Stones machine. If you pay a little more then the admission price you can get an all day pass.
Located in Seattle's International District, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience depicts the story of Asian-Americans through historic photographs, artwork and text. Come and learn the history of the people who traveled from Asia to the United States, the problems they faced, the contributions they made and more. The museum store sells such treasures as photographs, video documentaries and books on Japanese-American culture.