The South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, Washington is home to an interesting museum, the Museum of History and Industry.
This museum is the biggest private heritage organization in the entire state of Washington and has nearly 4 million artifacts and displays. Spend an afternoon wandering its halls and learning all the history it has to offer.
The Museum of History and Industry's mission is simple, to share stories and preserve artifacts that display the rich history of the Puget Sound regions unique and diverse history. Through their many exhibits they tell the story of the tradition and imagination that has driven the area and bridges the past, present, and future together to tell the story of the area. The museum currently is home to some fun and unique exhibits. Edible City: a Delicious Journey shows the fun and interesting history of food in the Puget Sound region. Boeing always has displays that highlight their history and how far the company has come as a leader in the flight industry. The history of Seattle is told through an amazing exhibit, and Seattle's maritime history is also on full display in a separate exhibit. The museum is also home to Kid-Struction Zone, and area just for kids to learn and experience things that invoke all their senses.
The Museum of History and Industry displays Boeing planes, a history of the rich food options the city offers, the history of Seattle and the state of Washington, Maritime history, a special children's zone, and much more. Don't miss this opportunity to see the rich and industrial history the area has. Head to Seattle, Washington and visit the Museum of History and Industry today.