Art & Art Galleries

Stroll a gallery, invest in a future Picasso or create your own masterpiece. Kent’s art scene is vibrant and bustling.

Jewelry on display at Rusty Raven Studio in Kent, Washington

Artsy Fartsy Art Lessons

Stroll a gallery, invest in a future Picasso or create your own masterpiece. Kent’s art scene is vibrant and bustling.
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Centennial Center Gallery

The City of Kent Arts Commission’s gallery showcases local artists and rotating exhibits including the annual Kent Summer Art Exhibit, featuring dozens of works by Washington state artists.
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Creamery Art & Frame Shop

Put the finishing touches on your masterpiece or find a piece of art that speaks to you at this custom-frame shop and gallery.
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Create!

This multipurpose art studio features classes, events and activities, along with equipment and space where artists can create. A coffee/beer/wine cafe serves locally sourced food and beverages.
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Kent Third Thursday Art Walk

This monthly downtown Kent art night features local artists, live music, food truck fare and free kids’ art activities. Begin at Rusty Raven Studio.
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Rusty Raven Studio

This eclectic gallery showcases independent local Northwest artisans specializing in contemporary mediums. Kids’ art activities are offered the first Saturday of the month.
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Museums

From hops to hydroplanes and all things pickleball, there’s a whole lot to learn in and about Kent. Visit three unique museums, and bring your curiosity and questions.

Period dining room at the Greater Kent Historical Society Museum in Kent, Washington

Greater Kent Historical Society Museum

Kent was once known as the lettuce capital of the world. That’s just one historical gem you’ll learn on your visit to this nonprofit organization dedicated to Kent’s fertile history.
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Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum

Feel the power at this one-of-a kind home to memorabilia, rare racing footage and a collection of vintage hydroplanes spanning seven decades.
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The Pickleball Museum

The Pacific Northwest is the birthplace of pickleball, and The Pickleball Museum is the spot to learn all about it. See original equipment from the 1960s and learn about pickleball pioneers.
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Farms & Farmers Markets

Kent’s Green River Valley has produced farm-fresh fare since the 1800s. From spring rhubarb to summer berries, and pumpkins in the fall, Kent is all about growing and eating local.

Sunflower plants at Carpinito Bros. in Kent, Washington

Buetow Bros. Farms

The Buetow family of four is on a mission to produce fresh, local, organic vegetables, eggs and homemade goods.
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Carpinito Brothers

This market, nursery, garden center and more has been family owned and operated in Kent for more than 50 years. The farm stand features freshly harvested fruits and vegetables, and items from other Washington state farms.
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Kent Farmers Market

Smell the farm-fresh flowers, pick up local produce and sink your teeth into an ear of fresh roasted corn. Open Saturdays, June through September.
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Whistling Train Farm

This small family farm features produce fresh from the fields. Pick some up at Cosmo’s Farm Market.
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