Hing Hay Park
Seattle Pinball Museum
Got kids? Got kid-like tendencies? Love the buzzers and bells of good old-fashioned games machines? Lay aside your iPad apps and become...
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
The beautifully unique Wing Luke examines Asian-Pacific American culture, focusing on prickly issues such as Chinese settlement in the...
International Children’s Park
If your offspring aren’t up for exploring the Asian markets or sitting still for a dim-sum brunch, then bring them to this diminutive...
Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House
The Panama, a historic 1910 building containing the only remaining Japanese bathhouse in the US, doubles as a memorial to the...
Purple Dot Café
The Purple Dot looks like the inside of an ‘80s video game (yes, it's actually purple) and draws a late-night drunken-disco crowd on...
Hing Hay Park information
If you need a tranquil spot to rest while wandering the ID, Hing Hay Park (more of a square than a park) lends a little breathing space to this otherwise austere district. The traditional Chinese pavilion was a gift from the people of Taipei. On Saturdays in August you can catch a free outdoor movie here beginning at sunset. Also, look out for Asian dance and licensed buskers.