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  • 1

    Pike Place Market

    1501 Pike Pl, Seattle, Washington
    271 reviews

    A trip to Seattle is not complete without a visit to the 100-year-old Pike Place Market. Join the crowd gathered in front of the fishmongers, where you might just happen upon a show. Watch them toss fish like playing catch with a baseball! Also tucked away in the market’s nooks and crannies are authentic mainstays, from Rachel the shiny brass ...

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  • 2

    Space Needle

    400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109-4607
    237 reviews

    Dinner at the top can be pricey, but for a special occasion is really fun! Be sure to bring a pen and will see why! A "budget" option is to enjoy a bite or coffee at the observation deck.

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  • 3

    Seattle Waterfront

    Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101
    118 reviews

    What is it with waterfronts that infinitely make a city more attractive? I don't quite know the answer, but I do know walking along the Seattle Waterfront is a highlight in exploring this great city!

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  • 4

    Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame

    325 5th Ave North, Seattle, WA 98109-4630
    112 reviews

    a unique museum. it's at the Seattle Center with the Space Needle and the Pacific Science Center (a fun museum largely but not exclusively geared for kids) so is a fun day.

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  • 5

    Seattle Center

    305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109-4623
    70 reviews

    Lots to see! You don't even have to pay for the exhibits to be entertained! Wander to the solar powered flowers, then pose with the space needle. So much!

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  • 6

    Gas Works Park

    2101 North Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103
    57 reviews

    Gas Works Park is my favorite Seattle picture taking spot. The park is wonderfully hilly with the largest one being a great viewpoint. It has great views of Lake Union, Space Needle and the Seattle skyline. This park is interesting in that it was formerly a gasification plant and some of the machinery is left over as a result. This ...

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  • 7

    Seattle Aquarium

    1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101-2015
    58 reviews

    Seattle has a tremendous aquarium. Located on the Waterfront, this Aquarium has a huge tank complete with usually a diver show and exhibits. You will find many of the wonderful Pacific Northwest indigenous creatures who swim nearby. This is a terrific place to bring the whole family. Grab a bite to eat nearby and then head to the new Ferris ...

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  • 8

    Seattle Underground Tour

    608 First Ave., Seattle, WA 98104-2210
    55 reviews

    Back in June of 1889, much of the original city of Seattle burned down in the Great Seattle Fire (thankfully, everyone made it out okay). The industrious Seattleites built a new city on top of the ruins and it continues to thrive to this day. The Seattle Underground Tour is a unique guided experience in some of the remaining structures ...

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  • 9

    Fremont Troll

    N. 36th St at Troll Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
    56 reviews

    This place is awesome when you're down in Seattle or need something to distract you this is the place.

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  • 10

    Washington State Ferry

    2911 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121-1012
    49 reviews

    My friends and I took a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island since it was leaving the soonest. When you're on vacation and you don't care where your friends are taking you, it's pretty much go where the ferry is going. It was $44 for us to go there (with vehicle) and it was a little cheaper on the way back ...

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  • 11

    Safeco Field

    1250 1st Avenue South, Seattle
    48 reviews

    Watch the Mariners and check out our big 11,425 square foot scoreboard in center field, the largest HD screen in major league baseball.

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  • 12

    University of Washington

    4518 University Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105-4511
    34 reviews

    I think this university gets underrated a lot just because it's a state university. It's campus is great even if it may be crowded because a lot of students do go there. Probably the place to go to get the best education you can get in the Pacific Northwest : )

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  • 13

    Alki Beach Park

    1702 Alki Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA 98116-1817
    35 reviews

    Alki Beach is just a block away from our vacation rental cottage. Alki is "where it's at." The beach itself is a hot spot for sunbathers, people watchers, volleyballers, skateboarders, joggers, bikers, dog walkers, runners, and much more. There's usually a great vibe down here and a mix of people - families with kids enjoying splashing in the water, teenagers ...

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  • 14

    Seattle Public Library (Central location)

    1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104-1109
    30 reviews

    If you want to visit a library in Seattle, it should be Seattle Public Library's downtown Seattle location. This is the flagship and crowning jewel of the library system. It is a 11 story building made of glass and steel. The buildings looks nothing like any of the buildings it neighbors. It is a dome like structure that seems like ...

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  • 15

    CenturyLink Field

    800 Occidental Ave S. Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98134
    29 reviews

    very futuristic along with easily being one of the best looking football stadiums. Also the sight of a scandal and the 12th man.

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  • 16

    Woodland Park Zoo

    5500 Phinney Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103-5865
    27 reviews

    The Woodland Park Zoo has been a fixture in Seattle for over a century and it's a real treasure for the city. It's easy to spend a full day there because it's one of the larger zoos in the country and it's very convenient to several neighborhoods in the Greater Seattle area. Woodland Park is just off a main arterial ...

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  • 17

    Lake Union

    860 Terry Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109-4330
    27 reviews

    A local friend took me on an introductory tour of Seattle by canoeing along Lake Union. I had so much fun! It was great having a view of Seattle from the water. There were brief panicked and hilarious moments when I had to dodge large boats, but overall, it was a blast!

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  • 18

    Boeing Museum

    East Marginal Way S
    25 reviews

    If you're any type of a flight buff or airplane enthusiast, don't miss the flight museum. You can walk through a concorde SST, try out a flight simulator or sit in a fighter jet. This is fun for the whole family.

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  • 19

    Kerry Park

    211 W Highland Dr ,Seattle, Washington 98119, United States
    21 reviews

    One of the best places to view the Space Needle and Seattle skyline. Not too far a drive from downtown and plenty of parking. Come during the daytime and evening to get both views.

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  • 20

    Pioneer Square

    Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA, USA
    29 reviews

    Known as the birthplace of Seattle and the city's first neighborhood, Pioneer Square is a momentous place known for its Renaissance Revival architecture, First Thursday art walks, trendy lunch spots and peculiar boutiques. Also renowned for its nightlife, the bars share a club-hopping pass that is popular with visitors.

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