Quote of the Month:

“It was November--the month of crimson sunsets, parting birds,

deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind-songs in the pines." - L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Attractions

International Fountain, Seattle 16
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 08 November 2016

In the middle of the Seattle Center’s open area you can enjoy one of its main attractions – the International Fountain. Staying there, soaking up the atmosphere it’s hard to resist the desire to join the children in their water games. International Fountain is the place where adults become children again, forgetting conventionalities and enjoying life in the moment.

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Cherry Blossoms 12
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 03 April 2014

If you are in Seattle in late March or beginning of April, the University of Washington is a must-visit place not only for tourists, but also for local residents. At this time of the year Seattle is in blooming, but the Yoshino cherry trees at the University of Washington are particularly beautiful.

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Space Needle 40
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 19 May 2014

Space Needle is the most recognizable symbol of Seattle. It works like a magnet and attracts millions of tourists annually. Space Needle is perfect not only from the outside, but also from the inside. The top of the Space Needle is the best place here as it provides stunning and breathtaking views of the beautiful city of Seattle.

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Seattle Waterfront
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 02 September 2015

Seattle Waterfront, the central part of which is located at Downtown Seattle, is one of the best recreation areas in Seattle, offering a wide range of various activities.

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Pier 62/63
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 03 September 2015

If you are strolling along the boardwalk enjoying the huddle and festivity of Seattle Waterfront with all its sights and attractions, make sure not to miss Pier 62/63. It’s located just next to Seattle Aquarium. 

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Sky View Observatory at Columbia Center
Parent Category: Attractions
in Seattle
Created: 09 September 2015

On the 73rd floor of Columbia Center the Sky View Observatory is located. This is a unique place, offering its guests 360 degree scenic views of Seattle and the areas around it.

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