Dedicated to promoting "the region's well-being through the exploration of the past, present, and future," Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry boasts over four million artifacts and offers a bold, fresh approach to history. If you would like to explore this local treasure, you can discover the museum's exhibits and more online. Here is some of what you can enjoy from the comfort of our Redmond apartments.
Originally on view in 2012, Celluloid Seattle is now a virtual exhibit highlighting Seattle's relationship with film. Curated by local film critic Robert Horton, it features film clips, cinematic artifacts, and more. As you explore, you'll learn about Twin Peaks and Fraiser, along with some of the most popular movies filmed in Seattle in the 1990s.
A popular exhibit from 2016, Edible City: A Delicious Journey spans nearly 200 years of Seattle's culinary history. It takes viewers on a fascinating adventure, from the early oyster middens to today's modern four-star restaurants. You'll learn the origin of the Rainier cherry, see artifacts from Pike Place Market, meet the founder of Seattle's first sushi bar, and more. Don't forget to check out the museum's delicious recipes. You might even find something to make for dinner tonight.
Join the hosts of the Rainy Day History podcast as they take an in-depth look at the museum's extensive collection and uncover everything from a memorable discotheque marquee to childhood treasures abandoned during wartime. Listen on Stitcher, Spotify, or Apple Podcast.
As you enjoy a virtual tour tour of Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry, enjoy a pastry from one of Redmond's best bakeries.
If you’re interested in calling Parkside home, please contact us. We will arrange a virtual tour so you can discover the amenities and floor plans that our apartments in Redmond have to offer.
Our office is open for in-person, virtual and self-guided tours by appointment! A member of our team will contact you with questions surrounding all household member's potential symptoms or exposure to COVID-19.