The rich history of Redmond attracts many tourists every year. If you are a history enthusiast living in our Redmond apartments, cultural touchstones are easily accessible within a few minutes. Here are several different museums in Redmond for every interest:
Established in 1975, Woodinville Heritage Museum started as a non-profit organization. The primary purpose of this museum was to acquire and preserve the history and artifacts of the greater Woodinville area. Visitors flock to this museum to step back in time. Inside the museum, you’ll find a cottage room with a wringer and washtub, showcasing many women’s weekly routines. The derby room looks like a young girl's room with silver grooming items on the dresser, a wooden dollhouse, and a patchwork quilt in the corner.
If you love gazing upon historical paintings, visit Frye Art Museum. There is a collection of up to 232 exquisite paintings from the US and Germany dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries. These paintings are a lovely mix of pastoral scenes, landscapes, and portraits. The museum hosts 12 temporary exhibitions every year, so there’s always an opportunity to see what's new.
At Burke Museum, you can explore natural history, art, culture, science, and more. This museum is open every day and is home to various exhibits, including fossils and dinosaurs. There are even artifacts from the Pacific Northwest and 23,000 volumes in an extensive library. You can also learn more about astronomy through various programs, lectures, and special events held at the museum.
If you want to immerse yourself even more in art and culture after visiting these Redmond museums, check out the offerings from Redmond Regional Library. If you’d like to learn more about our luxury apartments at Parkside, contact us today.
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