Federal Way is a suburb of Seattle sitting in King County, Washington, containing an interesting museum and ice cream shop. These two featured attractions go beyond the ordinary offerings from an outdoor fine art gallery exhibiting the ancient Japanese art of shaping trees into potted marvels, to an ice cream shop whipping up mouth-watering concoctions using liquid nitrogen. Are you ready for this fun-filled day?
Hopefully, you are inspired to visit the kid-friendly Pacific Bonsai Museum and enjoy some delicious treats later at Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream. And if you are craving some more treats, check out the story of the first Cinnabon store which opened in Federal Way.
 

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