Seattle Children's Museum

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Seattle Children's Museum
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Mountain exhibit
Established 1979
Location 305 Harrison Street
Seattle, Washington
Coordinates 47°37′17″N 122°21′03″W / 47.62139°N 122.35083°W / 47.62139; -122.35083
Type Children's museum

The Seattle Children's Museum in Seattle is located on the lowest floor of the Center House at the Seattle Center. Founded in 1979 with a single exhibit, the museum currently features 22,000 sq feet of play space with 11 exhibits designed for kids 10 months to 10 years.[1] Visitors to the main floor of the Center House can look down into a large open space in the floor which is part of the museum; this was once the site of the bubbleator.

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  1. ^ "Seattle Children's Museum". Seattle Foundation. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 

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