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Popular Attractions near Seward Park

If you're a first time visitor to Seward Park, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Seward Park.

What are some good attractions near Seward Park?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Seward Park.

Kubota Garden
9817 55th Ave S Seattle, WA

(206) 684-4584
Stellar Pizza, Ale, & Cocktails
5513 Airport Way S Seattle, WA

(206) 763-1660
Museum of Flight East Lot
King County, WA
Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way S Seattle, WA

(206) 764-5700
Westland Distillery
2931 1st Ave S Seattle, WA

(206) 767-7250
2bar Spirits
2960 4th Ave S, #106 Seattle, WA
Sol Yoga
200 Lake Washington Blvd King County, WA

(206) 999-3693
Living Computer Museum
2245 1st Ave S Seattle, WA

(206) 342-2020
Saigon Deli
1237 S Jackson St King County, WA

(206) 322-3700
Seattle Deli
225 12th Ave King County, WA

(206) 328-0106
Mariners Field
Seattle, WA
Safeco Field
1250 1st Ave S Seattle, WA

(206) 346-4001
China town Seattle
719 S King St Seattle, WA
Wing Luke Museum
719 South King Street Seattle, WA

(206) 623-5124


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"com/waterfall-garden-hidden-gem-seattle/ If you like Japanes Garden visit the Kubota Garden http://gatetoadventures."  See More

"I like Proletariat Pizza in White Center and Stellar Pizza, Ale, & Cocktails in Georgetown."  See More

"The Museum of Flight East Lot is also a real kid-pleaser, as is the Seattle Aquarium, which is on the water downtown."  See More

"Seattle loves our whiskey, so if you're into it, you might try doing a tour at somewhere like Westland Distillery, 2bar Spirits or Copperworks Tasting Room & Distillery."  See More

"And if you're into Yoga, my sister owns a studio called Sol Yoga on Lake Washington."  See More

"If you're into computers, then I would also recommend checking out the Living Computer Museum"  See More

"You can eat Ramen (Samurai Noodle), Sushi (Tsukushinbo), Banh Mi sandwiches(Saigon Deli or Seattle Deli), Thai food (Tamarind Tree), and Dim Sum(Harbor City Restaurant), or just dumplings(Dough Zoneā„¢ Dumpling House"  See More

"Space Needle, Pike Place Market, possible a baseball game at Safeco Field."  See More

"Also, A trip to China town Seattle is a lot of fun!"  See More

"For museums, there's the Seattle Pinball Museum that's a lot of fun, and the Wing Luke Museum for some Asian culture."  See More

Where can I find out more about Seward Park?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Seward Park.

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