2. Engage Yourself At Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, abbreviated as P.I.E.A.M, states their mission is “to incorporate the diverse cultures of the Pacific Islands, with a focus on Micronesia, into a permanent collection, educational programs, rotating exhibits, and living arts.” Past and present exhibits focus on the culture of islanders’ cloth garments and the symbolism of their native tattoos. The P.I.E.A.M is always thinking of creative ways to share their interesting culture and they have created a kid-friendly environment, offering craft making sessions during tours. Admission is a bargain at $5 most per person and free parking can be found down the street from the museum.