Seattle

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Downtown
11 reviews
The new MarketFront, which will convert a parking lot on Western Ave. into a public plaza and space for even more farmers, craftspeople and artists. — Where
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Ballard
11 reviews
The two locks here link Puget Sound with the Lake Washington Ship Canal, which connects to both Lake Union and Lake Washington. — Frommer's
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Belltown
11 reviews
Walk among more than 20 outdoor sculptures by acclaimed artists in this nine-acre waterfront park. — Where
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Downtown
12 reviews
Jellyfish and stuff. — Not For Tourists
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13 reviews
This multicolored blobular building, a 140,000-square-foot rock-and-roll museum designed by Frank Gehry, is home to the world's largest collection of Jimi Hendrix memorabilia. — Concierge
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13 reviews
This iconic Seattle structure was built for the 1962 World's Fair. At the time, it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. — Concierge
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9 reviews
Dale Chihuly is one of the Northwest's best-known artists, with his otherworldly glass sculptures gracing public buildings and private collections. — Travel + Leisure
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Madison Park
8 reviews
This wild and lovely park offers a wide variety of gardens, a wetlands nature trail and 200 acres of mature forest threaded by paths. — Lonely Planet
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Lake Union
9 reviews
The rust-red towers on this 19-acre park on Lake Union look like leftovers from a Mad Max movie, or a relic from a civilization past. — Condé Nast Traveler
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University District
5 reviews
The Henry is perhaps the best reason to take a side trip to the U-District. — Fodor's
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International District
10 reviews
This gorgeous museum provides a sophisticated and often somber look at how immigrants and their descendants have transformed (and been transformed by) American culture. — Fodor's
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Downtown
10 reviews
It isn't often that the library is considered one of the coolest joints in town, but Seattle's downtown library is such an architectural wonder that it is one of the city's highlights. — Frommer's
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Downtown
8 reviews
More like an overgrown gallery space than a museum, it's free and you can comfortably ponder all of its works in an hour. — Concierge
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Magnolia / Queen Anne
9 reviews
This interactive museum of science and industry once housed the science pavilion of the World’s Fair. — Lonely Planet
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7 reviews
Ninety-two acres are divided into bioclimatic zones here, allowing many animals to roam freely in habitat areas. — Fodor's
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Ballard
7 reviews
This unique organization is the only museum in the United States dedicated to honoring the legacy and culture of Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland. — Where
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Broadway / Capitol Hill
7 reviews
Housed in architect Carl F. Gould’s art deco building in Volunteer Park. — Where
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Magnolia / Queen Anne
7 reviews
The Seattle community is one of the world's most creative and collaborative. — Afar Magazine
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University District
6 reviews
The Northwest's foremost museum of paleontology, archaeology, and ethnology. — Frommer's
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Magnolia / Queen Anne
5 reviews
The MindScape technology studio houses computers with educational games and a studio where kids can make their own music video. — Michelin Guide
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