We headed over to the MOHAI via the South Lake Union Streetcar. This museum has an impressive array of information related to the history of Seattle and the pacific northwest. Each of the exhibits is arranged in a chronological order and features many interactive stuff to go with it. The second floor contains most of the exhibits which includes information about the first settlers of the Puget Sound region, Seattle's involvement in World War l and ll and the development of the city. On the main floor is information about the technology introduced in the Washington area. On the fourth floor is a small exhibit about the maritime heritage of Seattle. It also overlooks lake Union and there are many heritage boats out in front of the museum. This is probably one of the best museums in the Seattle area (which I call second after the Museum of Flight).
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