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  • 1

    Pike Place Market

    4.5
    275 reviews

    Pike Place Market is an amazing farmer's market with so many different types of vendors and beautiful storefronts. It's great both when it's bustling with crowds and also before the crowds come. Located in a great area of Seattle - there's tons more to see in the area.

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  • 2

    Space Needle

    4.5
    239 reviews

    Way over priced!! $18.90 (after tax) for adults. Valet is $15 for 4 hours. If you stay over 4 hours, the price doubles! Valet is $8 if you eat in their restaurant, but you will spend more in the restaurant than if you had just paid for the regular parking fee ($20 for a burger). We weren't planning on going ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 3

    Seattle Waterfront

    4.5
    118 reviews

    A ride on the new ferris wheel will set you back $15 and most of the games in the arcade are 50 cents. I think I'd rather spend $15 on silly arcade games than go on the ferris wheel again. The ride lasts maybe 10-15 minutes tops. The cabins are air conditioned and pretty solid, so no swinging possible. There ...

    Popular withFamiliesBudget
  • 4

    Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame

    4.5
    113 reviews

    The EMP is a must-do for music lovers. Get interactive and play the guitar, drop the needle and see if you have what it takes to be a rock star. Fantastic displays that showcase the rich musical history of the Northwest - everyone from Hendrix to Cobain all called Seattle home. Temporary exhibitions feature the gods of rock - even ...

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  • 5

    Seattle Center

    4.5
    70 reviews

    Seattle Center isn't just for tourists to go up into the Space Needle. Every month the Center hosts an ethnic festival: French, Japanese, Irish, etc. The food court has been completely renovated and is now the site of a thriving happy hour scene. Most people don't know that the Seattle Shakespeare company is located in the basement and produces wonderful ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalDesign
  • 6

    Seattle Aquarium

    4.5
    61 reviews

    Really well done with a focus on local Puget Sound area fauna and flora. Open pools of starfish and sea urchins that you can pet and feed. The otters, harbor seals and large tanks were great. Really well staffed with lots of interactive displays for kids.

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  • 7

    Gas Works Park

    4.5
    60 reviews

    Gas Works Park has a small gas works plant that is no longer in use, but it's a great park to take pictures. One of the reasons why is because the park offers an excellent city view of downtown Seattle, including the Space Needle. I would suggest coming to Gas Works before sunset.

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  • 8

    Fremont Troll

    4.5
    56 reviews

    The Fremont Troll hangs out under the Aurora bridge and is located near beautiful Gas Works Park. Climb atop the colossal statue to snap a photo, and marvel in its art! Fremont Troll. This is an unmissable experience when visiting Seattle!

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  • 9

    Seattle Underground Tour

    4.5
    55 reviews

    This tour is a great way to take in and experience some of the unusual history of Seattle. They lead you into the underground sections of the city and explain how Seattle was built and then rebuilt. Lots of fun and fascinating stories.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 10

    Washington State Ferry

    4.5
    49 reviews

    Really easy to figure out, reasonable cost and very convenient. We took the ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge to get to Olympic National Park saved a ton of driving and was pleasant to stroll the deck and take in the views.

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  • 11

    Safeco Field

    4
    48 reviews

    The best part of going to a Mariner's game is going to Safeco Field and eating your way around the stadium. First stop, a hot dog outside. Second stop, garlic fries - make sure you share with everyone so y'all have the garlic breath. Third stop, shiskaberries (chocolate covered strawberries on a stick)!

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLocal
  • 12

    Alki Beach Park

    4.5
    36 reviews

    OK its a lovely spot to relax and enjoy some time to oneself. I did not swim here. I think the waters in Seattle are to cold for swimming ant time of the year.

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  • 13

    University of Washington

    4.5
    34 reviews

    Probably one of the most beautiful campuses I have ever laid eyes and foot on. It almost made me want to enroll again...notice I said "almost".

    Popular withStudentsLocalDesign
  • 14

    Seattle Public Library (Central location)

    4.5
    31 reviews

    Great genealogy and history section for those people doing family research. Staff very helpful.

    Popular withDesignStudentsFamilies
  • 15

    Woodland Park Zoo

    5
    28 reviews

    It's all happening at the zoo! I have been going to the zoo for years and it never gets old. They continually improve the park and the quality of life for the animals. They provide education to children and adults on the habitats of the animals and how important it is to preserve those habitats. During the summer months there ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLocal
  • 16

    CenturyLink Field

    4.5
    30 reviews

    Wonderful place to watch football, this place has the loudest fans BAR NONE! The food is mediocre, but there are a variety to choose from here. Safeco Field has much better food. And the view of downtown is amazing.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesOutdoor
  • 17

    Lake Union

    4.5
    27 reviews

    I was there with some friends and watched the blue angels. Besides that it was quiet and a good place for boats and cano

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFoodies
  • 18

    Boeing Museum

    4.5
    25 reviews

    The "museum" is okay, but a tad small - the best part is the Boeing Tour - a must for any aviation buff. The "Boeing Museum" (at Boeing Field) is not to be confused with the "Museum of Flight" - a much more in-depth and enjoyable experience.

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  • 19

    Chihuly Garden and Glass

    5
    23 reviews

    The coolest and most colorful museum I've been to. So different than everything else. Breathtaking. Wish I could buy a piece to bring home but they were thousands of dollars. Took beautiful pictures there.

    Popular withLocalDesignStudents
  • 20

    Seattle Gum Wall

    4
    29 reviews

    As far as places of note, this one is just ok. It's a wall of used gum. It's exactly how one would imagine it to be. It's definitely a place that you'll never forget and the smells; oh my. Market officials deemed it an official tourist attraction in 1999. A scene in the movie, Love Happens (2009), was filmed at ...

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