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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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Ballard
11 reviews
The Ballard Locks are a mechanical marvel that makes nerdy engineers of even the most casual observer. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Downtown
12 reviews
Located in the heart of Downtown, the SAM’s installations and special exhibitions sit at the center of Seattle’s creative expression and energy, boasting a lot of heritage and PNW history — On the Grid
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Downtown
10 reviews
Seattle's Pike Place Market has been hawking fresh fish and produce for more than a century, making it one of the oldest farmers' markets in the United States — Condé Nast Traveler
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Belltown
11 reviews
This 9-acre open-air park is the spectacular outdoor branch of the Seattle Art Museum. The Sculpture Park is a favorite destination for picnics, strolls, and quiet contemplation. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
This Pacific Northwest phenomenon is almost a household name, primarily because of his enormous and enormously intricate glass chandeliers. — Frommer's
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13 reviews
Iconic symbol of the Pacific Northwest.  — Atlas Obscura
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Downtown
12 reviews
Seattle's aquarium isn't just near the water—it's practically in the water, located on a pier that juts into Elliott Bay. — Travel + Leisure
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International District
11 reviews
A gem of a museum in the heart of the ID. — Not For Tourists
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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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7 reviews
Interactive exhibits re-create the adventure of flight. — Michelin Guide
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7 reviews
This fine zoo includes 65 acres of savanna, tundra, marshland, tropical rain forest and other terrain. — Michelin Guide
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Ballard
6 reviews
Exhibits now fill three floors. — Michelin Guide
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Lake Union
9 reviews
Urban reclamation has no greater monument in Seattle than Gas Works Park. The former power station here produced gas for heating and lighting from 1906 to 1956. — Lonely Planet
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University District
5 reviews
At the corner of NE 41st St and 15th Ave is a sophisticated space centered on a remarkable permanent exhibit by light-manipulating sculptor James Turrell. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown
8 reviews
The Frye’s intimate, off-the-beaten-path cluster of galleries is quietly extraordinary. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown
10 reviews
You can get books at any of Seattle’s 30-or-so neighborhood branches, but the Central Library is a must-see for first-time Seattle visitors, literate or not. — On the Grid
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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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8 reviews
MOHAI, as it's known by locals, is not just the city's most comprehensive history museum, it's a salute to the tech-heavy roots of Seattle. — Travel + Leisure
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Broadway / Capitol Hill
7 reviews
Holds more than 7,000 objects of Asian art, only a quarter of them on display at any one time. — Michelin Guide
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