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    Pike Place Market

    285 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 ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocalAdventure
  • 2

    Fremont Troll

    61 reviews

    Fremont is a very awesome neighborhood with good eats, great shops, and the Fremont Troll! You'll really enjoy the neighborhood and it's not too far from downtown so you can get to this area easily by bus or cab (not expensive at all)

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  • 3

    Space Needle

    245 reviews

    A great way to see the diversity of the city. A bird's eye view of the sculpture park, the Chihuly Gardens, sweeping views of the Puget Sound, mountains to the east and to the west, perched between residential and commercial areas. Grab a drink, take a seat, enjoy the view

    Popular withLocalFamiliesAdventure
  • 4

    The Seattle Great Wheel

    19 reviews

    My first time on a ferris wheel. Great views of Seattle. Right by the water and behind the Public Market. A must see while in Seattle!

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  • 5

    Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame

    115 reviews

    I've been here so many times for events and have a ton f fun every time!

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  • 6

    Burke-Gilman Trail

    8 reviews

    Called "a major transportation corridor ", Burke-Gilman Trail is also a major sightseeing route that gives an opportunity to see some of Seattle iconic sights. The 27-mile (43 km) multi-use recreational trail begins in Ballard and follows along the Lake Washington Ship Canal and north along Lake Washington. It passes numerous points of interest and local landmarks like : Ballard ...

    Popular withAdventureOutdoorWellness
  • 7

    Seattle Underground Tour

    59 reviews

    Even if you are from Seattle this is an awesome tour! It was like seeing the city in a whole different way once we were finished with the tour. The tour wasn't too short, but was long enough to learn a moderate history of the area and the lay of the land before it went underground. Highly recommended!

    Popular withHistoryLocalAdventure
  • 8

    REI Flagship Store

    10 reviews

    If you love anything kind of outdoors activity and you're in the Seattle area, the Rei flagship store is a must visit! A huge interior with gear an products for any activity you could think of! Cool aspect of this store is they have testing zones for gear from hiking boots on various terrain types to mountain bikes that you ...

    Popular withAdventureBackpackersOutdoor
  • 9

    Alki Beach Park

    39 reviews

    It's the new craze ! It's like skateboarding, but on boards that look, feel, and ride like surfboards on pavement. And there is no batter place in Seattle than Alki Beach ! Being one of Seattle’s few truly sandy beaches, Alki Beach is humbly called the Venice Beach of Washington. Have a full beach experience and learn about Washington's history. ...

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureLocal
  • 10

    Seattle Center

    72 reviews

    Home of the Space Needle's Revolving restaurant and observation deck, 500' above ground. Breath taking views of the city, surrounding water and mountains. Short distance, 1.7 miles, from the ferry terminal, the waterfront and Pike's Market. Linked directly to Seattle downtown by the monorail.

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  • 11

    NorthWest Outdoor Center

    3 reviews

    Seattle is my favorite large city in the country, and seeing it from kayaks on Lake Union is the best way to experience it. You can rent single or double kayaks from the NOC and take off in any direction onto Lake Union (don't get too close to the locks or you'll run into ship traffic). Wander through the houseboat ...

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureLocal
  • 12

    Seattle Gum Wall

    32 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 ...

    Popular withLocalBudgetAdventure
  • 13

    Chihuly Garden and Glass

    29 reviews

    Best experience of my younger life! This is the coolest glass museum.

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  • 14

    Gas Works Park

    61 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 Address: located under the north end of the Aurora Bridge.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
  • 15

    CenturyLink Field

    32 reviews

    One of the best places to watch a football game in the U.S. An incredibly loud and tough place to play. A few years ago during the playoffs the Carolina Panthers practiced with a jet engine on their field to simulate the noise levels heard in the Clink. Also has some of the best views of Seattle from the upper ...

    Popular withLocalFamiliesAdventure
  • 16

    Ballard Locks

    20 reviews

    From the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks' free public viewing window, aka the Ballard Locks, spot salmon as they jump and climb the fish ladder! Tourists and locals enjoy watching the parade of sailboats, motorboats, tugs, barges and yachts passing through, as the locks' water levels are adjusted to allow for their safe passage. The locks provide a link for boats ...

    Popular withHistoryAdventureBudget
  • 17

    Lakeview Cemetery

    9 reviews

    Bruce Lee and his son are buried at this cemetery so it's very well-visited, especially during the summer. The name is self-explanatory, there are views of the lake by the cemetery and it's a really well-kept and clean area in a luxurious neighborhood.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorAdventure
  • 18

    Pike Place Market PDA

    3 reviews

    So much to tell, but I don't want to overwhelm you. In a few words, this is a must seen spot if you are in Seattle. Food, crafty stuff, tons of coffe (including the 1st Starbucks), flowers, the gum-wall, and great views in a sunny day. Be ready to walk a lot and spend a good amount of money (since ...

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  • 19

    Savor Seattle Food Tours

    7 reviews

    These tours accentuate culinary and cultural exploration. They feature five different food and cultural walking tours that vary in theme and neighborhood. From discovering the famous Pike Place Market to enjoying a good buzz from the Booze n’ Bites Tour, guests will find no shortage of ways to eat and drink their way through Seattle. Tours run daily and cost ...

    Popular withHistoryLuxuryAdventure
  • 20

    Lake Washington

    15 reviews

    Huge lake fantastic for swimming, boating, jet skiing, etc.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
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