Seattle's oldest non-profit gallery is always recruiting. Artists who pay the monthly hanging fee may display their work in this non-juried, all-volunteer space.
Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom venture into affordable resales from local collectors, with an ever-changing lineup of works. It's always neat to see what's hiding in there, waiting for its next home. Free.
Overlooked historical regional artists. Free.
A nine-acre campus with a four-story facility housing gleaming displays of cars, trucks, and motorcycles, from a red-and-cream 1906 Cadillac Model M buggy to the leafy, no-door custom sedan used in the 1994 movie The Flintstones. $14.
A promenade of rooms, an outdoor garden, and a cafe chronicling Dale Chihuly’s series and packages over the years. It’s not the best-ever Chihuly experience, despite the sales pitch, but there are highlights, like the Macchia Forest, and the cafe, where the artist reveals himself as a master hoarder of Americana. $19.