Things to See and Do in Seattle

Things to See and Do in Seattle, Seattle, Washington (B)

Seattle, the largest city in the Pacific Northwest, is home to some of the world’s most well known companies: Starbucks, Microsoft, and Amazon to name just a few. Also famously known as the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix and Grunge, music plays a large part in the Seattle scene. Oh, and maybe it’s worth mentioning that for 26 years it was home to yours truly. Yes, I spent my formative years listening to the aforementioned grunge and stomping around town in the unofficial official uniform of the PNW: a hoodie and Doc Martens.

It’s been 18 years since I’ve called the Emerald City home, but family and close connections guarantee that I visit regularly.

By no means a comprehensive list I’ve grouped this Rain City guide by neighborhood. Featuring quirky shops, activities, places to eat, and plenty of street art, I hope you’ll find some fun new ideas and of course there are few old favorites listed here as well.

Located south of Downtown, Georgetown was Seattle’s first neighborhood. The area has a vibe, which to me fell somewhere between industrial and quirky Seattle hipster. There are multiple eateries to choose from, a chocolate factory, a record store, and even a trailer park mall to explore. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Things to See and Do in Seattle
Guide Location: USA » Seattle
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Hilary Gudgel
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Jules Maes Saloon
  • SoDo Track
  • Century Link Field
  • Safeco Field
  • Pike Place Market
  • The Gum Wall
  • Seattle Waterfront
  • The Seattle Aquarium
  • The Seattle Great Wheel
  • Olympic Sculpture Park
  • The Crocodile
  • Two Bells Tavern
  • The Seattle Center
  • The MoPop Museum
  • Neumos
  • Wallingford
  • Archie McPhee
  • The Fremont Troll
  • The Woodland Park Zoo
  • The Space Needle
  • Pacific Science Center
  • Children’s Museum
  • Chihuly Gardens

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