My Guide to Seattle

Discover the top things to do and places to eat near my Seattle waterfront property for your next vacation.
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Puget Sound

Play on Puget Sound as you like best, there are chartered Salmon fishing trips, ParaSailing is available and the ferries are always a fun ride.

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Garden

The Ballard Bridge, located at the west end of the Lake Washington Ship Canal at Salmon Bay, is the fourth and last of the bridges to be passed before entering Puget Sound from Lk Washington. Built in 1917 with a length of 2,854 feet, the Ballard Bridge links the Magnolia neighborhood with Ballard....

Discovery Park

The park includes two miles of tidal beaches, a lighthouse, miles of walking trails, Indian Cultural Center, Fort Lawton, open meadow lands, dramatic sea cliffs, forest groves, active sand dunes and streams.

Seattle Center

Visit one of Seattle's most famous landmarks, the Space Needle and dine in the revolving restaurant high above the city. IMAX and Science Center also here.

The Seattle Great Wheel

Visit the Waterfront Piers, Seattle Art Museum's Outdoor Sculpture Park, Ferry Terminal, great food and activities along the waterfront.

Beecher's Handmade Cheese

Best macaroni and cheese in Seattle. Plus a nice stroll around Pike Place Market is a must!

Burke-Gilman Trail

Popular 27 mile trail begins at the Ballard waterfront and follows along the Ship Canal and to the north along Lake Washington. Popular for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters.