4 mentions in Must see/do in Seattle for one day?
Michael M. said, "...staircase will bring you to the Seattle Aquarium. Ivar's Acres of Clams seafood restaurant and Ye Olde Curiosity Shop are nearby. Olympic Sculpture Park, a free, outdoor museum is located on the waterfront near Pier 71.The Space Needle is a .5 mile..." See More
Ben T. said, "...for Mexican food and Slices for pizza. The Seattle Underground Tour is surprisingly entertaining and informational for a tourist attraction. The Olympic Sculpture Park is right near the cruise terminal and is a lovely place to see some large-scale art or just watch..." See More
Mary Ann E. said, "...a walk around the Pike Place Market; lots of places for breakfast and lunch and wine bars nearby for wine tasting; Olympic Sculpture Park in the same neighborhood; just down the street is the Seattle Art Museum and further down the hill is..." See More
Michael R. said, "...Go to Olympic Sculpture Park on Waterfront - right near port. Visit Volunteer Park and Seattle Asian Art Museum (need to take a ride). Rent a kayak on Lake Union. Have lunch in Pioneer Square at Rain Shadow Meats Squared or Il Corvo..." See More
3 mentions in Best free things to do in Seattle?
Gina C. said, "...Seattle Art Museum and Olympic Sculpture Park, as Adam mentioned, are both great if you can take advantage of the first Thursday timing. I'm also a fan of Alki Beach. Seattle has a number of interesting galleries that display and sell Pacific..." See More
Stefani L. said, "...Check out all the parks! Olympic Sculpture Park /Myrtle Edwards Park, Gas Works Park, the Ballard Locks, Kerry Park, Discovery Park -- all free and all amazing. Pike Place Market is also a must, if you've never been. There's also a Starbucks on..." See More
Adrianna N. said, "...different trails to hike. The Washington Park Arboretum is a beautiful garden with lots of flowers and is completely free. The Olympic Sculpture Park is free also and features sculptures from artists such as Richard Serra, Alexander Calder, Mark di Suvero and Louise..." See More
2 mentions in 2-day solo trip to Seattle - What to do?
Briana S. said, "...Lenora and Blanchard. The original top pot, delicious doughnuts, made on site. Do breakfast (maybe 1st breakfast) there 1 day. 2) Olympic Sculpture Park& waterfront trail: IF it's nice, this is a great area to spend some time in & just wander...." See More
Nathan A. said, "...Theatre, Intiman, Pacific Northwest Ballet and more. Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Symphony are both downtown, too. Plus the ferry/wharf and Olympic Sculpture Park. And if you're up for a really great walk, I *highly* encourage checking out the nearby areas of..." See More
2 mentions in What to do in Seattle?
Valerie S. said, "...before the cruise ships start coming in, and you can probably enjoy any of the really touristy spots (Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Space Needle) that you've never seen with marginally less crowds. If you come any time after Memorial Day,..." See More
Adrianna N. said, "...any at this link(http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/seasonal-hikes/regional/hikes-30-minutes-from-seattle). The Washington Park Arboretum is a beautiful garden with lots of flowers and is completely free. The Olympic Sculpture Park is free also and features sculptures from artists such as Richard Serra, Alexander Calder, Mark di Suvero and Louise..." See More
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Mary Ann E. said, "...you pick up your car--perhaps Sonoma Valley; Highway 1 north of SF; Seattle: Pike Place Market; Pioneer Square; Seattle Art Museum; Olympic Sculpture Park; Ferry to Bainbridge Island. South of SF: Half Moon Bay/Carmel/Monterey. San Jose (California) has the San Jose Museum..." See More
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