Connections Museum Seattle
The Herbert H Warrick Jr. Museum of Communications is housed in a retired telecommunications building in Georgetown. There are a ton of interesting telephones, switchboards, and teletype machines on display. The staff is super dedicated to the museum and they can show you what making a call used to be like in Seattle before cell phones. The museum is pretty packed full of artifacts, so it may not be a great place for the younger (ie..like to grab things off shelves) set. However, if your kid has an interest in tech, this is a great place to show them from where it evolved. There is no charge, but a per person donation is appreciated.
Su: 10am - 3pm
With most events being shut down due to efforts to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, we are going to start publishing other ideas to help businesses. Some of these ideas might be to help visit businesses that are still open, while others may be buying from them online while their physical locations are closed. If you have an idea for one, please feel free to add it as an event - and then we will help get it published. Stay strong Seattle! We will get through this together.