Seattle Art Museum
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Benaroya Concert Hall
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1201 Third Avenue
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Von's 1000 Spirits
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Seattle Art Museum information
While not comparable with the big guns in New York and Chicago, Seattle Art Museum is no slouch. Always re-curating its art collection with new acquisitions and imported temporary exhibitions, it's known for its extensive Native American artifacts and work from the local Northwest school, in particular by Mark Tobey (1890–1976). Modern American art is also well represented.