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  • 3 mentions in 2-day solo trip to Seattle - What to do?

    • Liz A.

      Liz A. said, "...Nearby Seattle Center has the Space Needle, some sculptures, an international friendship garden, the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum. Purple Cafe and Wine Bar downtown has a really neat spiral staircase wine rack (pictured below). Kerry Park would be less..." See More

    • Anthony G.

      Anthony G. said, "...Of course Pike Place Market is wonderful as is Seattle Center (Space Needle etc.). I've enjoyed both historical walking tours (Seattle Underground Tour) and food tours of Seattle. The University of Washington district and the campus itself are also worth a visit...." See More

    • Nathan A.

      Nathan A. said, "...a great area for what you're looking for. Local 360 is a great restaurant using very local ingredients. There's also the Seattle Center with the Space Needle, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman, Pacific Northwest Ballet and more. Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Symphony..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Must see/do in Seattle for one day?

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...The same bus might well take a route that brings you within about a 5-minute walk of the Space Needle, The Seattle Center, Chihuly Garden and Glass Pacific Science Center, and the Experience Music Project Science Fiction Museum. All of these..." See More

    • Todd B.

      Todd B. said, "...Hi Kassidy, Wow ... 9 hours! OK ... Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Waterfront Park, and maybe take a water taxi over to Alki Beach Park. Other fun spots are Gas Works Park, Ballard Locks, and Golden Gardens. Music..." See More

    • Steve D.

      Steve D. said, "...Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Westlake Center, Seattle Aquarium..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Kid Friendly Activities in Seattle

    • Thomas D.

      Thomas D. said, "...lunch Pike Place Market and watch them toss salmon like day old bread. Its easy to catch the Monorail up to Seattle Center, but lines can be gruesomely long riding up the observation tower. Time with kids is better spent visiting..." See More

    • Merlyn M.

      Merlyn M. said, "...There is actually a lot for kids to do in Seattle. I suggest checking the schedules for the Seattle Center ,Experience Music Project and the Seattle Aquarium. There is also Woodland Park Zoo North of Downtown. If you don't mind fast food..." See More

    • Lizzie C.

      Lizzie C. said, "...I agree with Thomas that Seattle Center (as in the "Armory" or Centerhouse, not the Space Needle) is a great place for kids. On weekdays it often has live music or folk dancing, and the Children's Museum downstairs is a delight. The..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must see/do on a 3 day trip to Seattle

    • Christian C.

      Christian C. said, "...Ride the Ducks of Seattle. It's a bit goofy, but loads of fun. Also, they're right across the street from the Seattle Center and EMP. If you're at all interested in music, EMP is a must-see. Nearby is the Seattle Shakespeare Company,..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are must-sees and where to stay in Seattle and Vancouver

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...to Seattle and it was sufficient for a few nights and reasonably priced... also a close walk to the Space Needle, Seattle Center, and Dick's Drive-In, which if you don't have any dietary restrictions, is a Seattle MUST DO. Have fun!!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Seattle?

    • Carly H.

      Carly H. said, "...Lower Queen Anne is a great area to stay in due to its proximity to the waterfront and the Seattle Center. Downtown is also great because it is close to the Seattle Art Museum, the waterfront, and Pike Place Market. Otherwise,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Techie family looking for unique Seattle experiences

    • Christian C.

      Christian C. said, "...otters at the Seattle Aquarium and catch the King County Water Taxi to Alki Beach Park. Don't forget to visit the Seattle Center. Your kids will love the Space Needle, and if it's a hot day then they can cool off..." See More

  • 1 mention in Indoor kids' activities in Seattle

    • Briana S.

      Briana S. said, "...I agree on Pacific Science Center for kids of all ages. There's tons to do there & it's at the Seattle Center, so you can easily go to the Experience Music Project(EMP) or Space Needle afterwards. Also the The Seattle Great..." See More

  • 1 mention in Seattle for Memorial Day Weekend - Recommendations

    • Todd B.

      Todd B. said, "...love to send you to Mt. Rainier, but that might be a different trip. Go to Pike Place Market for sure. Seattle Center... Pioneer Square if you want galleries ... you're not in town very long so you'll have to pick..." See More

  • 1 mention in Vacation Roadtrip From Vegas to Seattle- what to do?

    • Dee B.

      Dee B. said, "...not as nice as the CA coast you're missing. ;-) ) Are you spending any time in SEA? If so, the Seattle Center with the Experience Music Project and the Experience Music should hold their interest. Also, the Ducks Tour is a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cheap accommodation for one person

    • Ketti S.

      Ketti S. said, "...market in the US), walk along the waterfront, take the Seattle Center Station - Seattle Center Monorail, and check out the Seattle Center. If you want a good view of Seattle, go to the Columbia Center Sky View Observatory. It is..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Seattle?

    • Matt B.

      Matt B. said, "...of Pike Place Market, its always entertaining and is free unless you give in to temptation! I would definitely go to Seattle Center, its expensive to ride to the top of the Space Needle but its free to wander around the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Artistic sights in Seattle?

    • Molly S.

      Molly S. said, "...Art Museum) is always good and the Sculpture garden is great. If you like Calder he has another sculpture at the Seattle Center. I would also keep your eye out for any murals with the oh Henry tag they're wonderfully weird..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the most photogenic areas in Seattle?

    • Marcus C.

      Marcus C. said, "...Seattle gets you all around town and you can take photos all around town! You'll also want to go to the Seattle Center and check out the Monorail to Westlake Station (1962 Worlds Fair remnants) and the Experience Music Project is a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Great places to spend St. Patrick's Day?

    • Sara F.

      Sara F. said, "...Lucia, I was looking for the same thing and i stumbled upon this: http://www.attendible.com/seattle/st-patricks We went to the Irish Festival at Seattle Center last year and it was super fun for us and our son. All kinds of activities. St. Patrick's Day..." See More