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Housed in historic Port Orchard, Sidney Gallery & Museum has a mission of sharing local history and pride with the community. Along with an art gallery, the museum offers exhibits describing the lifestyles of pioneers and early settlers.
An 1100 seat theater, the Auburn Performing Arts Center hosts a variety of shows and productions, including ballets, plays, films, and other events. The Center is owned and operated by the Auburn School District.
Owned and operated by the Sidney Museum and Arts Association, the Log Cabin Museum is housed in an actual cabin that was built in 1914. Exhibits cover home life in the South Kitsap area during the past 100 years.
Auburn's Children's Dance Theater offers instruction and experience in various kinds of dance for children from 3 to 9 years old. It stages regular performances, and teaches jazz, tap, ballet, and lyrical dance styles.
A discount movie theater, Federal Way Gateway Movies 8 displays second-run movies in eight auditoriums using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers party packages and a concession area with food and drinks.
2210 South 320th St. unit a-4, Federal Way, WA MoreLess Info
Laser Quest is a family fun center that is best known for hosting Ironman laser tag games, school field trips, day camps, and educational programs. The facility is available for birthday parties and corporate events.
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1207 Broadway Street, Marysville, KS 66508 MoreLess Info
Marshall County Courthouse Museum is also a genealogical research library, after serving as Marshall County's courthouse for almost 90 years. The building has an interesting eight-sided tower and decorative terra-cotta panels bearing the word 'Justice'.