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Pamela
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Pamela from Siesta Key asked

Things to do, places to go.

My husband and I will be spending 3 full days in Seattle. We want to maximize time. What are musts?

Seattle (Washington)

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Kim from Seattle
Depends what you like, rent kayaks on Lake Union & see all the houseboats, Chihuly Garden and Glass at Seattle Center, ride the Edmonds ferry to Kingston (Washington) for dinner, Olympic Sculpture Park along the Seattle waterfront, Ballard Locks Fish Ladder, rent bikes & ride the Burke-Gilman Trail along Lake Washington.

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Marnie from Belfair
The waterfront. Pike Street Market, The Space Needle and Center park (or Columbia Tower), The ferries. Argosy Cruise Tours, Ride the Ducks, Ballard Locks, Seattle opera or ballet, Evening music: Jazz Alley, Triple Door, Seattle Symphony, 5th Avenue Theater, Paramount Theater, Neptune Theater. Seattle Art Museum, Sculpture Park, Asian Museum, Museum of Popular Culture, Science Museum, MOHAI. Underground Tours and Pioneer Square - has fallen in quality these modern days. Jimi Hendrix and Bruce/Brandon Lee graves. Wing Luke Museum, Woodland Park Zoo. Sports: Mariners Baseball, Seahawks, Kraken Hockey, Sounders soccer, Storm ladies basketball, Uof W Huskies football.

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Jennifer
I always Love going to the Pike Place Market. Get fresh flowers, tons of local merchandise/art for sale, see actual salmon get tossed and close by is the Seattle Gum Wall.

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Scott from Delta (Canada)
You got to visit Pike Place Market and the first Original Starbucks in the world.

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Janine
Are you active? The hiking here is amazing!
Visit Alki Beach Park and bring your walking shoes and take a long walk or rent bikes to ride on the beach walk. It's amazing.
Ferry ride to Bainbridge Island for lunch and a walk around.
MUSIC-- go to Dimitriou's Jazz Alley or check out what else is happening. Seattle's music scene never fails.

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Marnie
Jazz Alley is my favorite for dinner and a show.
 
 
 

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Stephanie
Whale watching, dinner at the Space Needle and Pike Place Market!

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Lyla
Golden Gardens and Alki for beaches

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Lyla
Seattle Center is a must! 
Ride the Space Needle up to the observation deck. 
Museum of Pop Culture is awesome if you're a music lover.
Also check out the Seattle Waterfront and Pike Place Market :)

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Marnie
The Experience Music Project is now called The Museum of Popular Culture.
 
 
 

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Mary
You'll definately want to do Pike Place Market before Noon.
The Space Needle and Seattle Aquarium!

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RANDI
That depends on what your interests are. Downtown there is Kerry Park, The Space NeedlePike Place Market, and the Museum of Pop Culture. Oh, and the Chihuly Garden and Glass is a must see in my opinion. Leavenworth (Washington) is a worthwhile day trip and so is ParadiseMount Rainier National Park. They are both equally awesome.

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Nikki
The Space NeedleChihuly Garden and Glass next door & the general park that surrounds this area

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