Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
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One of many things to see and do in Seattle's International District. Stop by the nearby historic Panama Hotel for tea or coffee.
Exceptional museum documenting the Asian Pacific American Experience. If you have read the book, On the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, I think you will enjoy this museum. www.wingluke.org
This museum is a unique, one-of a kind journey through Asian-American history, culture, art and contemporary experiences. I highly recommend the hotel tour, which takes visitors through portions of the historic hotel site where the museum is located, beautifully preserved. This museum is also…
In the heart of Seattle’s International District, this small but impressive museum pays homage to Asian experiences in Seattle and the important cultural influences of Asian communities in our region.
This is a one of a kind museum in America- very cool spot old Chinatown transformed into a state of the art living exhibit venue. Their ongoing Bruce Lee exhibits are world class- Bruce Lee's wife lives in the area and had provided amazing resources from their Seattle days. Be sure to take the free…
A history museum of the culture, art, and history of Asian Pacific Americans located in the International District.
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