2 Best Sights in First Hill, Seattle

Frye Art Museum

In addition to its beloved permanent collection—predominately 19th- and 20th-century pastoral paintings—the Frye hosts eclectic and often avant-garde exhibits, putting this elegant museum on par with the Henry in the University District. No matter what's going on in the stark, brightly lighted back galleries, it always seems to blend well with the permanent collection, which is rotated regularly. Thanks to the legacy of Charles and Emma Frye, the museum is always free, including parking.

704 Terry Ave., Seattle, 98104, USA
206-622–9250
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Rate Includes: Free, Closed Mon. and Tues.

Town Hall

First Hill's recently renovated Town Hall cultural center hosts scores of events in its spacious yet intimate Great Hall, chief among them talks and panel discussions with leading politicians, authors, scientists, and academics.