The north-western corner of the United States is decorated with the beautiful city of Seattle. Being the largest city in the state of Washington, Seattle is one of the most important financial hubs in the U.S. Blessed with astounding natural beauty, it is one of the most visited cities in the United States.
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks – They are known locally as the Ballard Locks after the neighborhood to their north. (Magnolia lies to the south.) The locks and associated facilities serve three purposes: To maintain the water level of the fresh water Lake Washington and Lake Union at 20 to 22 feet above sea level.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Chihuly Garden and Glass is an exhibit in the Seattle Center showcasing the studio glass of Dale Chihuly. It opened in May 2012 at the former site of the defunct Fun Forest amusement park.
Laser Dome at the Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center is an independent, non-profit science center in Seattle, Washington with a mission to ignite curiosity and fuel a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking. Enjoy an unforgettable evening laser show at the Laser Dome.
Museum of Flight
The Museum of Flight is a private non-profit air and space museum in the Seattle metropolitan area. It is located at the southern end of King County International Airport in the city of Tukwila, immediately south of Seattle. It was established in 1965 and is fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Museum of Pop Culture
The Museum of Pop Culture or MoPOP is a nonprofit museum in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to contemporary popular culture. It was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000 as the Experience Music Project.
The first thing you notice about the original Starbucks®, located near the waterfront in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, isn’t the modest 45-year-old sign. Or the rich smell of coffee. Or even the impressive sampling of world cultures that move in and out of this humble 1,000-square-foot space each day. It’s The Line. And yet still you have to visit.
Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown. More than the city’s beloved public market, Pike Place Market is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents. Each group is an important and vital makeup of the Pike Place Neighborhood. In addition to preserving and protecting the historic buildings and character of the nine-acre historic district and serving as an incubator and supporter of farmers, artisans and small businesses, the Pike Place Market was chartered by the City of Seattle to provide services for low-income individuals.
The Seattle Waterfront centers on a collection of lively piers filled with seafood restaurants, souvenir shops, and attractions like the Seattle Great Wheel, with gondolas overlooking Puget Sound. At the Seattle Aquarium, a tropical zone features puffers and triggerfish, and touch pools have sea stars and prickly urchins. The steep Pike Street Hillclimb leads to Pike Place Market, packed with produce and crafts
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair—the Century 21 Exposition whose theme was “The Age of Space”—the tower’s futuristic design was inspired by the idea that the fair needed a structure to symbolize humanity’s Space Age aspirations.
The two-level section of town existed until 1907, when bubonic plague hit Seattle (look out for those rats). Panicked city leaders shut down the underground and it wasn’t excavated until the 1960s. The tour was started as a way to get people to help preserve Pioneer Square.
Museum of Pop Culture
Small bands and choirs have the opportunity to perform at the Museum of Pop Culture
Music Festivals and Workshops
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