Seattle isn’t Seattle without its quirkiness. It’s the little offbeat things that make this city a truly unique place. In this episode, we’ll take a closer look at the unorthodox. We’ll catch up with the band Pillar Point at Oxbow Park, home of the famed Hat ‘n’ Boot. From there, we’ll investigate the wonders of the Mystery Soda Machine in Capitol Hill. Then we’ll head to the Pinball Museum in the Chinatown-International District to meet up with The Fame Riot, a group that embodies Seattle’s unconventional style and spirit.
|Oxbow Park||Located in the heart of historic Georgetown, Oxbow Park is known for the 44-foot-wide cowboy hat and 22-foot-high boots that reside there.|
|Pinball Museum||Since 2010, the Seattle Pinball Museum has displayed a rotating selection of over 50 pinball games, dating as far back as 1943. |
|Mystery Soda Machine||For just 75 cents, the true mystery is what kind of soda the vending machine will dispense for you.|
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|Capitol Hill||Visit Page|