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A beautiful waterfront location and great on-street entertainment add to the charm of the longest-running farmers market in the U.S..
Built as a showpiece for the 1962 World’s Fair, this iconic structure has become a symbol of Seattle.
A wonderful place to stroll and dine, this ever-changing attraction is more than just a place where land meets sea.
A product of the 1962 World Fair, this cultural precinct is where sports, theater, film and fine dining come together in Seattle.
Thanks to its wood paneling, ancient fir tables and locally produced food, this conference center lets you experience the beauty of Seattle even when you’re inside.
4/5Very Good!(177 area reviews)
Seattle’s city centre contains a vibrant mix of top-class retail, exciting entertainment and gourmet dining set amongst soaring skyscrapers and leafy parks.
The lively culture of city life meets the quietness of lakeside parks in this scenic and green community.
Create your own souvenirs, savor herb-infused spirits and explore the famous Woodinville Wine District in this craft-focused city.
4.5/5Wonderful!(6 area reviews)
Experience the leafy green parks, world-class art gallery and electric nightlife of this up-and-coming Seattle neighborhood.
4/5Very Good!(13 area reviews)
One of Seattle’s most scenic neighborhoods, this district houses fascinating museums along the tree-lined banks of its beautiful lake.
3.5/5Good!(3 area reviews)
As you stroll through the collection of urban shopping and historic homes, mix in with students rushing between classes or relaxing when their work is done.