Things to Do in Seattle, WA

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Restaurant co-owner walks 12–16 students through a complete creole and Cajun meal, including soup, an appetizer, entree, and dessert
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91% 1443 votes
Libraries 1000 Fourth Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 MoreLess Info
Boasting eleven floors and a total area of over 362,000 square feet, the Seattle Public Library is an architectural sight to behold. In addition to books, the library offers computers, databases, and a variety of other resources.
5.1 Miles
93% 2506 votes
Other Landmarks 3015 NW 54th St, Seattle, WA 98107 MoreLess Info
Watch ships pass through these man-made locks as you learn about how these man-made engineering marvels work. Follow it with a walk through the botanical gardens and a view of the fish ladder during salmon season.
6.2 Miles
95% 186 votes
Parks 8603 Fauntleroy Way Southwest, Seattle, WA 98136 MoreLess Info
Lincoln Park is West Seattle's major multi-purpose park, offering activities for the whole family to enjoy. .Boat launching, picnic sites, woods, play areas and paths are only some of the activities offered at this huge park.
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90% 12584 votes
Other Shopping Between Pike and Pine sts. at First Ave., Seattle, WA 98101 MoreLess Info
Pike Place Market is a Farmer's Market, Crafts Market, and Specialty Foods Market that raises funds for low income housing and services for those in need within the community. The 160 Acre farm and market place has restaurants, shops and locally grown organic fruits, vegetables, and meats.
2.6 Miles
90% 823 votes
Beaches 1702 Alki Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98116 MoreLess Info
With waters that are typically too chilly to swim in, Alki Beach in Seattle, is a favorite destination for those who enjoy relaxing and playing on the waterfront. Featuring 135 acres of parkland, beachgoers enjoy rollerblading, jogging, picnicking and enjoying the sunsets.
0.9 Miles
88% 1006 votes
Sports Stadiums (Professional) Junction of I-5 and I-90, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
With capacity to hold 72,000 people, Century Link Field contains 48 concession areas and 11 elevators to maintain a smooth flowing venue. The field hosts the local Seattle Seahawks and also offers private and group tours.
2.9 Miles
89% 897 votes
Parks 3300 Meridian Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103 MoreLess Info
Gas Works Park opened to the public in 1975 on lands that originally contained a plant that converted gas from coal. The 19-acre site includes picnic areas, a large play barn, and a stunning view of Seattle.
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84% 988 votes
Parks 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109 MoreLess Info
Originally built for the 1962 World Fair, the 74-acre Seattle Center is a park, arts, and entertainment center. Though it contains many attractions, it is most famous for The Space Needle.
4.4 Miles
85% 1870 votes
Zoos 5500 Phinney Avenue North (West Gate), Seattle, WA 98103 MoreLess Info
This 92 acre zoo exhibits over 1,000 animals which represent nearly 300 species, surrounded by gardens. They offer a calendar of year round and seasonal events including overnight guided tours and summer camp programs.
1.3 Miles
83% 9786 votes
Other Landmarks 400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109 MoreLess Info
View Elliot Bay, the lights of downtown Seattle, Mt Rainier and everything in between from the 520 foot high observation deck, or simply have a relaxing meal with beautiful panoramic views; banquet facilities also available.
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