The most famous attraction in Seattle must be the Space Needle. Millions of people have taken the elevator up the 605 feet since its opening in 1962. From the glistening waters of the Puget Sound, the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Rainer, the beautiful skyline of downtown Seattle the view from the Space Needle has it all. Stay and dine atop the Space Needle in the revolving Skycity Restaurant.
Voted the #1 attraction in Seattle, the stunning exhibit will never let you look at a garden the same way again.
Seattle’s Public MarketSeattle’s Public Market, where downtown Seattle meets the farm. Open since 1907 this year-round market has bakeries, fishmongers, butcher shops, produce stands, and specialties stores. There are over 80 restaurants and over 200 unique owner-operated shops and services. Tours of the market are also available for those of you who want a little history with your shopping experience.
Pacific Science Center
The Pacific Science Center, where the future is bright. Lay back and check out the Laser Dome, the 80-foot wide screen combines music and laser lights as artists create a different live show every night. The Imax has lots of movies for you to watch, there is a movie for everyone. View the planetarium and look at the ever-changing exhibits, no two visits to the Pacific Science Center are ever the same.
Space Needle From Sky View Observatory
This is The Highest Public Observatory on the West Coast and is competitive with the Seattle Space Needle for the best view of the city.
Center for Wooden Boats
The Center for Wooden Boats is dedicated to preserving the history of the Pacific Northwest, with its three campuses and over 100 historically significant boats. Rent a boat, take a class or take in the exhibits, and connect this the history of this beautiful area.
Enjoy the wild outdoors right in Seattle! The city’s largest public park has 19 km of walking trails.
Hiram M Chittenden Locks
The Hiram M Chittenden Locks are a complex set of locks the have three main purposes. The first is to maintain the water level of Lake Washington and Union Lake, the second is to prevent the mixing of freshwater with the seawater and the third is to move boats up and down between the lakes and the Puget Sound. This spot is also known as the Ballard Locks by the locals. Venture through the gardens or have a picnic on the lawn while you watch the boat go through, but make sure that you take time to cross one of the bridges so that you can see the salmon ladders.
Check Out The EMP Museum
Behold music lovers! The Experience Music Project museum was inspired by Jimi Hendrix and it is known for the Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana exhibits but also boasts other contemporary pop culture displays.
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