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Space Needle
Category: Monument + Museum
400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109
206.905.2111


Space Needle and Seattle Skyline
Space Needle Guide Standing at 185 metres (605ft) high, Seattle’s most famous building is a great place from which to enjoy outstanding 360-degree views across the city and Washington State, including the Cascade a...   more

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Woodland Park Zoo
Category: Camps + Parks + Zoo + Aquarium
601 N. 59th St, Seattle, WA 98101
206.684.4800


lone wolf up
Visitors can see how animals live and survive in the wild at the Woodland Park Zoo, a 92-acre botanical garden that harbors more than 300 animal species and 1,000 plant species from around the world. HOURS VITAL INFO: Be...   more

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Safeco Field
Category: Sports
1st Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98154
206.622.4487


Space Needle - Seattle, Washington
I never really understood baseball, but we got sent some corporate tickets to a Mariners game and went along. Well worth while. For anyone who hasn't been to baseball before, you should try it. Don't watch it on TV, don'...   more

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KeyArena
Category: Sports
305 N Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
206.684.7200


Simply Seattle
The Keyarena is an awesome place to go. First off the Seattle Storms play there are there are many great concerts there all the time its just an all around great expiriance!

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Snoqualmie Falls
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
6501 Railroad Ave Southeast, Seattle, WA 98065
425.888.2556


Verso of photo by Boyd and Braas Studio, Seattle c1890s
I haven't seen Niagara or Victoria, so Snoqualmie was the largest and beautiful falls I have ever visited. At 268 feet and pouring water from the Cascade Mountains, it is awe-inspiring. This is a very popular spot, so th...   more

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Pacific Science Center
Category: Science
200 Second Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109
206.443.2001


Pacific Science Center, 1968
Although its exhibits are aimed primarily at children, the Pacific Science Center is fun for all ages. The main goal of this sprawling complex at Seattle Center is to teach kids about science and to instill a desire to s...   more

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Seattle Art Museum
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
100 University St, Seattle, WA 98271
206.654.3100


Gold wire man, full sized human body suit, African contemporary art, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Wa
Housed in an Art Deco building in Volunteer Park, the Asian art collection places an emphasis on Chinese and Japanese art, but also includes works from Korea, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and the Himalayas. Among the muse...   more

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Qwest Field
Category: Sports
800 Occidental Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98134
206.381.7555


Space Needle - Seattle, Washington
After more than two decades of playing in a stadium with another tenant, the Seattle Seahawks moved into their own stadium in the summer of 2002. After spending more than two decades at the Kingdome; a multipurpose dome ...   more

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Volunteer Park Conservatory
Category: Camps + Parks + Gardens
1400 E. Galer St, Seattle, WA 98101
206.684.4743


Emily
Unless you really like plants, you probably won't be compelled to go out of your way to visit the Conservatory. However, if you either like plants or, like me, were taking a walk through Volunteer Park and wanted a c...   more

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Japanese Garden
Category: Gardens
1075 Lake Washington Blvd. E, Seattle, WA 98101
206.684.4725


Tranquillity
Considered the finest example of a Japanese garden in North America, Portlands Japanese Garden is one of the citys most popular attractions. Dont miss it. Not only are there five different styles of Japanese gardens scat...   more

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