- Our list of the best things to do in Bellevue, Washington, features the top 534 nearby activities — including 209 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bellevue, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
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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.
A craft winery, Lauren Ashton Cellars makes an array of handcrafted varietals, including Chardonnay, Riesling, Syrah, Semillon, and Rousanne, as well as some limited selection wines. The winery welcomes visitors for tastings.
The 110-acre wetland park has running trails, wooden covered bridges, and abundant wild life such as turtles, ducks, osprey, ducks, red-winged black birds, and beaver. Guided tours of the park's wetlands are available on Sundays. Tai Chi classes meet here weekly.
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.
Now the centerpiece of an internationally renowned museum system, Seattle Art Museum, first opened in 1933. Featuring an eclectic collection of more than 23,000 pieces, the museum also features a variety of ever changing exhibits that delight and engage their visitors.
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18201 SE Cougar Mountain Dr, Issaquah, WA 98027 MoreLess Info
This 3,100-acre park connects to Squak Mountain State Park and has elevation between 1,000 and 1,595 feet with scenery that includes mature second growth forests, cliffs, streams, wetlands, talus and caves. There are four trail systems of different lengths and skill level for your exploration.