Visit the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) to learn about the history and culture of Seattle’s African American community. The museum features exhibits on local black history, art, and culture.
Explore the Central Area Senior Center, which offers programs and services for older adults in the community, including fitness classes, recreational activities, and cultural events.
Visit the Central District Farmers Market, which is open year-round and features locally-sourced produce, baked goods, and crafts.
Enjoy a meal at one of the neighborhood’s many restaurants and cafés, which offer a wide variety of cuisine options, from soul food to Ethiopian to Jamaican.
Take a historic walking tour of the Central District, to learn more about the neighborhood’s rich history and architecture.
Powell Barnett Park is a great place for children, it has a playground, wading pool, and basketball court.
Visit the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, an African American cultural center that hosts performances, workshops, and community events.