Alyssa wanted to go to the Wing Luke Asian Museum, to see the special exhibit on adopted asian children. This wasn't all that interesting to me, but I went along anyway because I knew there would be something else to see. The adoption exhibit was OK, and while I was looking around I suddenly realized why she was so interested: she is an adopted asian child!
I found the museum section on Camp Harmony to be more interesting. This camp was one of the sites setup by the U.S. during WWII to hold Seattle area Japanese-Americans. The display had pictures and written notes from people who lived there. The saddest picture was one of two children standing in a dirt road, in the middle of the camp, surrounded by barracks. It looked so desolate, and they looked so miserable.
The museum also had a more cheerful display on New Year's festivities, including video and a dragon hung from the ceiling. Overall there was quite a bit to see for such a small museum.