6 mentions in Where are the most photogenic areas in Seattle?
Peter R. said, "...I love photography myself and Seattle is a great spot for photography. Check out Snoqualmie Falls Kerry Park or go up to the Columbia Center http://gatetoadventures.com/amazing-view-seattle-columbia-center/ Fremont Neighborhood Waterfall Garden Park http://gatetoadventures.com/waterfall-garden-hidden-gem-seattle/ This are some great places. Maybe some other can recommend..." See More
Will D. said, "...Oh great question. Kerry Park has an epic view of the city. Probably one of the best city overlooks in the world. Also Gas Works Park, with it's old steampunk architecture and another great perspective of the Seattle Skyline. For some great..." See More
Sofie K. said, "...case they haven't taken them down yet. But they are so Seattle, beautiful and special but so different from the norm. Kerry Park is the one with the "typical" postcard Seattle Skyline view, which is definitely worth-seeing, but very touristy. Wallingford, Ballard..." See More
3 mentions in Is the Space Needle worth seeing?
Lauren F. said, "...great views, but I almost think on a nice day I'd rather spend it in one of Seattle's great parks like Kerry Park or Gas Work Parks. The views of the skyline from are stunning - with Mount Rainier in the background..." See More
Spencer S. said, "...Lower Queen Anne. Get some donuts at Top Pot Doughnuts, go to the Experience Music Project, check out the views from Kerry Park (best view in Seattle), and then if it's a nice, clear day, go to Space Needle later in the..." See More
Liz A. said, "...I've lived in Seattle 6 years and never been up. Smith Tower is a cheaper alternative and Kerry Park is a FREE alternative which lets you see the skyline *including* the Space Needle. But... I'm cheap. Maybe try Kerry Park and see..." See More
2 mentions in Best free things to do in Seattle?
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..." See More
2 mentions in Any memorable places in Seattle for a tourist?
Sarah H. said, "...you've been here all summer you've visited Pike Place Market, right? Definitely a must when in Seattle. Spend some time at Kerry Park (best view of the city in my opinion) and eat at The Walrus and the Carpenter!..." See More
Amit S. said, "...Start your morning at Kerry Park. Either run up Queen Anne or ? Alternately watch the sun set , if you lucky. The locks are good for fish, hamburgers at red mill and then head to Zebraclub to shop for that..." See More
Jim B. said, "...The Dr Jose P Rizal Bridge has a great view of the city: https://instagram.com/p/3Vop8jOsyY/?taken-by=jim.bachert Some other great views include Kerry Park (great view from the other side with the Space Needle), or take the ferry from Downtown Seattle to West Seattle for..." See More
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1 mention in 2-day solo trip to Seattle - What to do?
Liz A. said, "...for recycled cool stuffGround Kontrol Classic Arcade for 21+ pinballBartini for all day Sunday happy hour with fondue and martinis Seattle: Kerry Park for free views of the city, or Smith Tower for cheaper-than-spaceneedle viewsGolden Gardens or Ray's Cafe for beautiful sunsets..." See More
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1 mention in What to do in Seattle?