Want to go to Seattle? New to here, revisiting favorite haunts, or just sightseeing in Seattle? Here are the city’s top attractions.
Pike Place Market
It’s a year-round farmers market and also visual trouble of veggie, fish and shellfish, cheese, and even blossom stalls together with handicrafts. And, indeed, the flying fish. Suppliers at Pike Place Fish Market happily throw salmon to each various other as well as fracture jokes, continually attracting a crowd at the fish delay.
Olympic Sculpture Park
This is a world-class sculpture. A walk with excellent views of the city, harbor, and mountains. And do you know, it’s free? How could you avoid to visit the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park? Go and enjoy your time.
Washington State Ferries
Ferryboats around Puget Sound as well as they’re a trick, and also the prettiest, a component of Washington’s transportation system. You can have a fun, quick as well as low-cost sightseeing and tour watercraft ride as a walk-on traveler on the Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry. If it’s clear, you’ll even see 14,410-foot Mount Rainier looming to the south.
Museum of History & Industry
The museum doesn’t have the most enticing name. But don’t miss it. This is now with new galleries and multimedia displays, in a new location in Lake Union Park at the north edge of downtown. Its exhibits on life in Seattle and Puget Sound cover everything from the maritime past to cutting-edge culture.
Soon the traffic-roaring Alaskan Way Viaduct, which removes midtown Seattle from its waterfront, will come tumbling down and also be changed by a tunnel. For now, there’s a broad sidewalk along the harborfront with shops, eateries and wooden piers jutting out into the bay.
Seattle Art Museum
The place could be perfect for a rainy day. Also, for the other days if you’d like to see everything from European masters’ paintings and ancient Asian artwork to Native American carvings and contemporary sculpture. The museum is in the heart of downtown.
See the essence of the Pacific Northwest at the Ballard Locks, where you can see salmon and boats. The locks carry watercraft up and down, letting them take a trip in between Puget Sound as well as Seattle’s freshwater rivers. A fish ladder makes salmon swim up past the locks to their freshwater spawning premises; glass seeing home windows allow individuals to see them.
Visit Boeing’s “Future of Flight” exhibits and observe jets being made inside the Boeing factory, about 25 miles north of Seattle in Everett. The Boeing plant is the largest building by volume in the world — 472,000,000 cubic feet — and holds the outturn lines for various Boeing jets, including the 787 Dreamliner.