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The best in urban recreation, arts and culture, sports, dining and shopping is just outside our front doors in downtown Seattle. Outdoor activities abound both in and around the city, including biking, hiking, skiing, boating and whale watching and many more. Seattle is a city with a strong culture of the arts, offering symphony, opera, ballet and professional theatre.

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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

We look forward to welcoming you to Seattle! You may find the following resources helpful as you plan your stay.

Attractions
Guide - Attractions - Sightseeing

Bainbridge Island Ferry

801 Alaskan Way, Coleman Ferry Dock, Pier 52, Seattle, WA 98104 206-464-6400

Description: DOWNTOWN. From Seattle's downtown waterfront, it takes only 35 minutes to arrive at Bainbridge Island. Along the way, you can enjoy all the wonderful sights that make Seattle such a unique city. The snowcapped Olympic Mountains, Seattle's skyline, and the eastern view of Mount Rainier are all points of interest along the way. Peak season is early May through mid-October.
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Fisherman's Terminal

3919 18th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119 206-787-3395

Description: QUEEN ANNE. The sight of 700 vessels heading into port after a long day on the water grants spectators a deep appreciation for a fisherman's work, dedication, and patience. Long an important industry in the area, fishing in Seattle accounts for over 50 percent of the seafood caught in the United States. When the ships come in, the piers teem with curious onlookers, eager to see what crabbers and fishermen have hauled in from the sea.
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Lakeview Cemetery

1554 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 206-322-1582

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Set high above the city, Lakeview Cemetery affords incomparable views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Range. It's also where some of Seattle's most famous citizens have been laid to rest. Among the well-known are Bruce and Brandon Lee, father and son martial arts experts and film stars. Their gravesites, and others in the cemetery, attract thousands of tourists annually. Adjacent to the north side of Volunteer Park.
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Pike Place Market

1st Ave at Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101 206-682-7453

Description: DOWNTOWN. It could be argued quite persuasively that Pike Place Market is Seattle's heartbeat. Situated along the water, the market was originally founded to allow produce growers to sell directly to consumers. Today, it's a protected historic district that inundates you with sights, sounds, smells, and the best people-watching in town. Whether in suits or tie-dyed t-shirts, wearing boutonnieres or strewn with wildflowers, people of all persuasions find the market a fabulous place to spend the day. The Market Foundation offers fun and informational tours Wednesdays to Saturdays, starting at the Market Heritage Center at 1531 Western Avenue.
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Space Needle

400 Broad St, Seattle, WA 98109 206-905-2100

Description: SEATTLE CENTER. Certainly one of the area's better-known landmarks, this Jetson-esque attraction affords breathtaking views from its observation deck. As a boon to squinting visitors, detailed maps provide exact locations of sights found within the bounds of its panoramic vista. In addition, the Needle hires between-job actors and comedians to accompany visitors on rides to the top, entertaining them with en route facts and fun. It's rare that questions are posed which the guides can't answer ­ they'll even challenge you to best them on any bit of trivia or city-related fact.
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Underground Tour

608 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 206-682-4646

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. When Seattle's 1889 fire leveled part of the city, officials decided to raise the city to a higher level, both metaphorically and literally. The portion left behind (and beneath) is now subject matter for a tour of Seattle's past, especially its unsavory part. The network of abandoned rooms and paths is interesting, but the stories and tales of prostitutes, thieves, and prominent residents really brings the area to life. A fascinating glimpse into the city's heritage.
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