Bri's nose got a little cold (isn't it the cutest ever?!) but she was cozy and warm all bundled up in her stroller. I think she looks a little shocked in this photo, maybe because we had just come in from the cold outside.
Bri with her mommy Grace.
Part of the electric train display. This is so neat, it's huge and they let kids run the train from that orange booth in the back.
The Space Needle
They are also referred to as the Seattle Science Center Arches and were built by Minoru Yamasaki who is best known for designing the twin towers of the World Trade Center. He built these for the Seattle World's Fair in 1962.
The Science Fiction Museum entrance in the crazy multicolored building. It was designed by Frank Gehry and is also home to Seattle's Rock Museum. Neither of them interest me, but the building is so weird that it is worth mentioning.