Top 10 Attractions - One of the first things
you need to do when you arrive in Seattle is to go
to the Space Needle and take your time seeing all
this building has to offer. An experience you will
not soon forget. After that please visit the Pike
Place Market for a great afternoon of shopping and
dining. Another day you’ll wish to see the Sofeco
Field and garner all of its possibilities.
Make sure to take in some of the many museums in
the area and then kick up your heels. Seattle Museum
of Art and the Seattle Experience Music Project
are just a few of the many the Seattle area offers.
You’ll also want to make some time to visit
Mt. Ranier National Park and Snoqualmie Falls and
ravish in their breathtaking scenery. There are some
of the most fantastic restaurants and seafood dining
available. In Seattle you’ll also find some
of the best nightlife you could ask for.
It’s a beautiful city to see and listed below
are our Top 10 Seattle Sightseeing Attractions.
There is so much more to do and see in the city of
Seattle. While away the minutes in one of the most
desirable cities in America.
400 Broad Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House
at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street.
The Space Needle is an experience you will not want
to miss. A must see.
Pike Place Market
85 Pike Street, Room 500
Seattle, WA 98101
At Pike Place Market shop, dine and visit the market.
Experience Music Project
EMP is located at: (on the Seattle Center Campus)
325 5th Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Experience Music Project is an experience you will
Seattle, WA 98185
Mt. Ranier National Park
Tahoma Woods, Star Route
Ashford, WA 98304-9751
360-569-2211 x. 3314
Mt. Ranier National Park and all its beauty has a
live volcano encased in it.
Seattle Waterfront has many things to do and see.
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
At Snoqualmie Falls there is a 270-foot Waterfall
taller than Niagara Falls.
Washington Park Arboretum
Two hundred thirty acres extending from 40th Avenue
East and East Madison on the south, to Highway SR-520
and Lake Washington on the north.
On the shore is Washington Park Arboretum with a Japanese
Garden and is a must see.
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Excellent view of the Seattle skyline when you visit
the Bainbridge Island.