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7 Things to Do in Seattle This Winter

As much as staying inside by the fire is tempting, we know you want to make the most of what the winter season has to offer outside of your four walls. 

If you don’t want to trek through chilly temperatures, there are so many indoor activities the Pacific Northwest has to offer, like incredible exhibits in Seattle museums that match every interest. 

To help you get started, we’ve rounded up the 7 best things to do in Seattle: 


1. Witness the Power of AI

Exhibit: Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind and the Machine

Where: Seattle Museum of History & Industry

When: Now through January 8, 2023

Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind and the Machine Exhibit


If you’re fascinated by the potential of artificial intelligence, you must check out this traveling museum exhibit at the Seattle Museum of History and Industry. You’ll discover what thinking machines are, and see how artificial intelligence can integrate into your daily life. In other words, prepare to have your mind blown.

Head here to plan your visit.


2. See Glass Transform

Exhibit: What Are You Looking At?

Where: Seattle Museum of Glass

When: Now through January 22, 2023

Seattle Museum of Glass


Brought to you by the bright minds at the Pilchuck Glass School, this exhibit will feature captivating experiments and prototypes from a diverse group of artists. Eccentric and engaging, you don’t want to miss getting a glimpse of these pieces. 

Head here to plan your visit.

3. Bop to Beats at the Bellevue Arts Museum

Exhibit: New Art and Sounds from the Pacific Northwest: Indie Folk

Where: Bellevue Arts Museum

When: Now through January 29, 2023

Bellevue Arts Museum


If you’re looking for authentic handmade art inspired by Indigenous histories, this is the exhibit for you. 

Throughout the exhibit, you’ll get to see an intergenerational variety of artists from the Pacific Northwest. As you wander through, you can listen to a curated playlist by Portland’s Mississippi Records. 

Head here to plan your visit.


4. Find Out Why Walt Disney got involved in WW II

Exhibit: The Walt Disney Studios and World War II

Where: The Museum of Flight

When: Now through February 5, 2023



Created by World War II historian Kent Ramsey and the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, this exhibit shines a light on how Walt Disney Studios devoted over 90% of its wartime output to producing training, propaganda, entertainment and public-service films, publicity and print campaigns, and over 1,200 insignia.

The background? After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, Walt Disney received the request to use the Disney studio lot in Burbank, California as an Army anti-aircraft base. From there, he and his staff pledged to support the war effort without hesitation—and without profit. 

Head here to plan your visit.


5. See Incredible Stories of Resilience 

Exhibit: Brain Injury Art Show

Where: Bellevue Art Museum

When: Now through February 26, 2023


After a life altering event, what’s next? This exhibit explores that question through the eyes of artists who have learned to establish a new sense of normal with a brain injuries. This exhibit aims to give space for participants to showcase their journey,  spread awareness and build community understanding. 

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6. Explore the Beauty of Bonsai Trees

Exhibit: A Gallery of Trees: Living Art of Pacific Bonsai Museum

Where: Pacific Bonsai Museum

When: Now through November 5, 2023

Pacific Bonsai Museum


Experience the beauty of balance and harmony in nature throughout this exhibit. Packed with 39 trees, you can see the first bonsai that started the Museum’s collection. Some are still in their positions from back in 1989, and you can see the changes each tree has been through with archival photographs and documents.

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7. Get Spooked by the Best Screams in Pop Culture

Exhibit: Scared to Death: The Thrill of the Horror Film

Where: MoPOP Museum of Pop Culture

When: Now through November 5, 2023

MoPOP Museum of Pop Culture


If you’re a big horror fan, this one's for you.

Explore more than 50 props and costumes from film and television including A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, The Walking Dead, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bride of Frankenstein, Dawn of the Dead, Hostel, Jeepers Creepers, and Pet Sematary. Each gallery theme embodies the very best of cinematic terror including vampires, zombies, and corpses. Plus, the exhibition showcases oral history interviews with the genre’s top directors and Instagram-worthy photo ops.

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