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Top Ten Places to Visit in Seattle

Space Needle
Space Needle

Things to do near Space Needle on TripAdvisor: See 116,809 reviews and 50,115 candid photos of things to do near Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.

Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market

To taste your way through Pike Place, take your pick between a host of food-centric tours, offered by outlets like Savor Seattle, Seattle Bites, and Eat Seattle, taking foodies through the culinary highlights of the market.

Puget Sound
Puget Sound

Puget Sound Tours is a fantastic way to see the Seattle Metro Area! Currently PUGET SOUND TOURS picks up from downtown Seattle About us: Puget Sound Tours is quickly becoming a favorite in Seattle Washington among locals and visitors alike.

Chihuly Garden and Glass
Chihuly Garden and Glass

Chihuly Garden and Glass is a must-see during your visit to Seattle. Visually stunning, this unique setting includes an eight gallery Exhibition surrounded by a richly landscaped Garden and a centerpiece Glasshouse featuring an expansive 100-foot-long sculpture in a color palette of reds, oranges, yellows and ambers.

Museum of Pop Culture
Museum of Pop Culture

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Seattle Center
Seattle Center

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Museum of Flight
Museum of Flight

Book your tickets online for The Museum of Flight, Seattle: See 5,811 reviews, articles, and 3,429 photos of The Museum of Flight, ranked No.5 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Lake Union
Lake Union

Book your tickets online for Lake Union, Seattle: See 240 reviews, articles, and 155 photos of Lake Union, ranked No.44 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Lake Washington
Lake Washington

Book your tickets online for Lake Washington, Seattle: See 290 reviews, articles, and 53 photos of Lake Washington, ranked No.22 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Pioneer Square
Pioneer Square

Book your tickets online for Pioneer Square, Seattle: See 556 reviews, articles, and 384 photos of Pioneer Square, ranked No.116 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Gum Wall
Gum Wall

Book your tickets online for The Gum Wall, Seattle: See 1,829 reviews, articles, and 908 photos of The Gum Wall, ranked No.99 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Woodland Park
Woodland Park

Nationally award-winning Woodland Park Zoo is a 92-acre zoological garden dedicated to the conservation of wildlife. Featuring more than 1,000 animals representing nearly 300 species from around the world, a visit to Woodland Park Zoo will make your day and a difference.

Kerry Park
Kerry Park

For one of the best views of Seattle head to Kerry Park, a small park located on the south side of Queen Anne Hill. A photo from here is Seattle postcard-perfect, featuring ferries crossing Elliott Bay, the city skyline with the Space Needle in the forefront and, if weather conditions are favorable, a view of Mt. Rainier.

Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center

Pacific Science Center, Seattle: Hours, ... Every visit to Pacific Science Center is unique, ... Some places were unfinished.

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Gas Works Park
Gas Works Park

Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle. Access to Lake Union is restricted at Gas Works Park, as the lake sediment contains hazardous substances.

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Olympic Sculpture Park
Olympic Sculpture Park

The Olympic Sculpture Park strives to be accessible for all visitors and provides a variety of support services to assist with your visit. Olympic Sculpture Park facilities are wheelchair accessible. For more information about accessibility, please email us or call 206.654.3210.

Fremont
Fremont

A must see neighborhood in Seattle Fremont is a must see neighborhood in Seattle. Located on the northwest side of Lake Union along the water Fremont it offers great views, public art, local unique shops and local restaurants.

Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum

SAM is the center for world-class visual arts in the Pacific Northwest. Visit us at our three locations: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park.

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Seattle Aquarium
Seattle Aquarium

The heartbeat of hands-on marine experience and preservation education in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound that surrounds you! Join us in our mission: Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment.

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Discovery Park
Discovery Park

Book your tickets online for Discovery Park, Seattle: See 736 reviews, articles, and 304 photos of Discovery Park, ranked No.29 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

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Seattle Great Wheel
Seattle Great Wheel

Meet one of the official VisitSeattle.org partners, Seattle Great Wheel here.

Ballard Locks
Ballard Locks

Welcome to the Official Visit Seattle site. More information on the popular Seattle Neighborhood, Ballard here.

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Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour, Seattle: See 4,332 reviews, articles, and 1,691 photos of Bill Speidel's Underground Tour, ranked No.33 on TripAdvisor among 165 attractions in Seattle.

Smith Tower
Smith Tower

Book your tickets online for Smith Tower, Seattle: See 519 reviews, articles, and 410 photos of Smith Tower, ranked No.23 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Elliott Bay
Elliott Bay

Elliott Bay is probably the reason that Seattle is where it is, as it gave access to Puget Sound and the fishing and commerce of the area. Now it is traversed by giant cargo ships, fishing vessels, pleasure boats and many passenger ferries.

Alki Beach
Alki Beach

Went to Alki Beach while visiting Seattle. Beautiful little beach on the Puget Sound overlooking Seattle, the Olympic Mountains. Cool place to just hang out, some good food, drinks across the street or you can bbq on the beach, bbq pits available, also volleyball.

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Washington Park Arboretum
Washington Park Arboretum

Anytime of year the Washington Park Arboretum is a great location to visit. This site is massive giving you many areas to venture through on your walk, run, picnic, or sightseeing adventure.

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Fremont Troll
Fremont Troll

The Fremont Troll is one of the treasures of Fremont. It is located at its home under the Aurora bridge and is a quick walk from the center of Fremont. It is one of many public art displays in Fremont.

Seattle Chinatown-International District
Seattle Chinatown-International District

Chinatown-International District Dragons march across the 45-foot arch of the historic Chinatown Gate, welcoming visitors to this diverse community. Wander the area to discover eateries, shops, and attractions that speak to Seattle’s Asian American roots.

Central Waterfront, Seattle
Central Waterfront, Seattle

The waterfront at downtown Seattle looks out towards West Seattle and the Puget Sound. It's a fun place to walk and explore. You'll find places to sit and take in the view, places to enjoy a quick snack, and places for fine dining. You can watch the ferries and container ships travel across Elliott Bay.

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Volunteer Park
Volunteer Park

Located in the heart of Seattle, Volunteer Park is home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. The Landmarks Preservation Board designated Volunteer Park as a Seattle Landmark on November 2, 2011. This historic Olmsted Park is beloved by residents and visitors alike.

source: seattle.gov
Golden Gardens Park
Golden Gardens Park

Location: Golden Gardens, 8498 Seaview Pl NW, Seattle, WA Golden Gardens one acre off-leash area is located in the upper northern portion of the park and is a popular destination for dogs. The area includes a wide-open space covered in wood chips for playing and running.

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Green Lake
Green Lake

Green Lake is one of Seattle's most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl.

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South Lake Union
South Lake Union

South Lake Union A rapidly evolving waterside neighborhood and home to e-commerce giant Amazon, South Lake Union is known for the latest in both technology and culture. The lake itself lends a nautical flavor to the area, while a bevy of shops, bars, and restaurants make this a busy destination for locals and visitors alike.

Waterfront Park
Waterfront Park

The waterfront at downtown Seattle looks out towards West Seattle and the Puget Sound. It's a fun place to walk and explore. You'll find places to sit and take in the view, places to enjoy a quick snack, and places for fine dining.

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Sky View Observatory - Columbia Center
Sky View Observatory - Columbia Center

Meet one of the official VisitSeattle.org partners, Columbia Center Sky View Observatory here.

Seattle Central Library
Seattle Central Library

The new Central Library opened May 23, 2004. The 11-floor building contains an innovative "Books Spiral," a 275-seat auditorium, and open spaces where patrons can meet, study, search the web or read. The Library has centers for children, teens and adult readers, along with expanded collections and a large computer lab.

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Carkeek Park
Carkeek Park

Carkeek Park, Seattle: See 57 reviews, articles, and 24 photos of Carkeek Park, ranked No.101 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Museum of History & Industry
Museum of History & Industry

Canadian Museum of History Home page. Special Exhibition Death in the Ice – The Mystery of the Franklin Expedition. Until Sep 30, 2018. Learn more. Share. Special ...

Magnuson Park
Magnuson Park

Discover a great urban park which includes pieces of Seattle's military past and eco-friendly future! Warren G. Magnuson Park sits on a splendid mile-long stretch of Lake Washington's shoreline in northeast Seattle. At 350 acres, it is Seattle's second largest park.

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Blake Island
Blake Island

Book your tickets online for Blake Island State Park, Seattle: See 57 reviews, articles, and 22 photos of Blake Island State Park, ranked No.114 on TripAdvisor among 469 attractions in Seattle.

Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park

(Excerpt from Enjoying Seattle's Parks by Brandt Morgan) Amazingly diverse for its size, Lincoln includes 4.6 miles of walking paths, 3.9 miles of bike trails, five picnic shelters, acres of playfields, and an outdoor heated saltwater pool and bathhouse. In 2016 the Seattle Park District funded the renovation of the north play area.

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Tillicum Village
Tillicum Village

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Seattle CityPASS
Seattle CityPASS

Because your Seattle CityPASS booklets are good for 9 days, you can visit the attractions at your own pace—see several attractions in one day, or spread them out over your whole trip. You’ll be able to fully experience the attractions and still have plenty of time to explore the city.

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Seward Park
Seward Park

Within the Seattle city limits, Seward Park boasts 300 acres of beautiful forest land, home to eagles' nests, old growth forest, a 2.4 mile bike and walking path, an amphitheater, a native plant garden, an art studio, miles of hiking trails, shoreline, beaches and more.

source: seattle.gov
Seattle Japanese Garden
Seattle Japanese Garden

Things to Do in Seattle Seattle Travel Forum Seattle Photos Seattle Map ... The Seattle Japanese Garden is open from March through November each year.

Lake Union Park
Lake Union Park

The new South Lake Union Park is open and easily accessible from downtown by Streetcar. About Lake Union This large, recreational lake is great for renting an electric boat, kayaking and admiring the Seattle skyline.

Volunteer Park Conservatory
Volunteer Park Conservatory

Located in the heart of Seattle, Volunteer Park is home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. The Landmarks Preservation Board designated Volunteer Park as a Seattle Landmark on November 2, 2011. This historic Olmsted Park is beloved by residents and visitors alike.

source: seattle.gov
Montlake
Montlake

Montlake is a neighborhood in central Seattle near the Montlake Cut and the Washington Park Arboretum. Montlake has gorgeous old homes, water access, parks, and a small row of shops and restaurants.

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