Things to do for Backpackers in Seattle 

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    Pike Place Market

    1501 Pike Pl, Seattle, Washington
    272 reviews

    Check out the Can Can late night burlesque show here after hours.

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  • 2

    Seattle Underground Tour

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

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  • 3

    REI Flagship Store

    222 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, WA
    9 reviews

    REI Seattle provides outdoor enthusiasts with top-brand gear and clothing for camping, climbing, cycling, fitness, hiking, paddling and winter sports. The store’s bike shop offers a full range of professional bike cycling services. The ski and snowboard shop services get gear tuned up for the slopes, and the rental department offers a wide selection of outdoor equipment. Friendly experts help ...

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    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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  • 5

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

    3015 54th St NW, Seattle, WA, United States
    3 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 ...

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    Alki Beach Park

    1702 Alki Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA 98116-1817
    36 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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  • 7

    Lakeview Cemetery

    Seattle, WA, United States
    8 reviews

    You are probably wondering why i would ever recommend a cemetery for a trip to Seattle but this is no ordinary cemetery. The Greatest Martial Artist of all time is buried here!!! Bruce Lee and his son Brandon Lee are both buried side by side with red and black marble headstones. Every day people from the area walk through the ...

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  • 8

    Washington State Ferry

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

    The nine route network of the Washington State Ferry is your ticket to the islands.

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  • 9

    Linda's Tavern

    707 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA
    4 reviews

    Local dive bar. Great burger and bar food selection. There's a pool table and outdoor patio. if I lived in Seattle, I'd want Linda's to be my neighborhood bar. It's that laid back chill place where everyone's welcome.

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  • 10

    Alki Kayak Tours

    1660 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA, United States
    2 reviews

    The Alki area can be a perfect place to kayak, SUP, canoe, bike or skate. Just one problem - where do you get the equipment? The answer: Alki Kayak Tours. The name suggests guided tours, which they do offer. But they also rent out an array of equipment by the hour, half day or day. You can even reserve online: ...

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    Space Needle

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

    Seattle landmark. Great way to see how beautiful this city is. A must go for any tourist visiting Seattle for the first time

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  • 12

    Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame

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

    My appreciation for grunge music went from zero to a hundred all because of this place. I really appreciated how interactive and tech-savvy this museum is. I thoroughly enjoyed this place. I thought it would take me 1.5 hours to go through this place but it took me double the time bc there is a lot to do and see.

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    Kerry Park

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

    Best views of Seattle!!! This little known spot has stunning views that put the Space Needle front and center in the skyline.

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  • 14

    Seattle Gum Wall

    Post Alley, Seattle, Washington
    29 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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  • 15

    Fremont Troll

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

    Who doesn't love a troll under a bridge? Fun facts: 1) the best sandwich place, Paseo, in Seattle and dare i say it, perhaps all of the west coast, is in the same neighborhood So whether you get to Fremont for the sandwich or the Troll, make sure you pair it with the other. Sandwich + troll = awesome combo. ...

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  • 16

    Seattle Public Library (Central location)

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

    An architectural beauty! Modern mixed with a bit of coziness which makes it super comfy. You can spend a whole day here!

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  • 17

    Golden Gardens Park

    8499 Seaview Place Northwest, Seattle, WA 98117
    14 reviews

    Great place for beach volleyball! Would love to go back and do a bonfire on the beach

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesGreen
  • 18

    Statue of Lenin

    Seattle, WA, United States
    6 reviews

    Definitely a unique part of Seattle and what neighbourhood would be more appropriate for a Lenin statue than Fremont! check out this cute little area and see the Fremont Bridge Troll while you're there!

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  • 19

    Volunteer Park Water Tower

    Seattle, WA
    3 reviews

    If you don't want to pay the $$ to go to the top of the Space Needle or Smith Tower, consider this free alternative. Located in Capitol Hill's sprawling Volunteer Park, this tall 1906 brick structure is close to the Asian Art Museum and provides a great 360 view of Seattle (assuming the weather is clear). You will have to ...

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  • 20

    Pioneer Square

    Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA, USA
    29 reviews

    Known as Seattle's “first neighborhood", Pioneer Square is pure style, it's like going back in time. From art galleries to bars, furniture stores and restaurants, you will find here several cute small places to check out. They also host the 1st Thursday Day Art walk, a famous event for art lovers.

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