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Top Ten Attractions
400 Broad St. Seattle, WA 98109
The Space Needle is a 605 foot tall structure that includes an
observation deck, a restaurant, a banquet facility, and shops
on ground level. Not only is this magnificent structure a perfect
viewing spot of the area, but is home to Sky City, an elegant
restaurant, named Restaurant of The Year by Washington Wine Commission.
200 2nd Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
Fun for all. Permanent exhibits include Dinosaurs, a Butterfly
House, How the Body Works, Insects and much more. The center also
has an IMAX theatre, a planetarium, a laser dome, and a live science
11610 Trek Drive East Eatonville,
The Northwest Trek Park covers over 723 acre wildlife park with
over 200 animals as well as lakes, trails and meadows. Forested
pathways, tram tours, and 5 miles of nature trails provide a variety
of ways to explore the land and animals. The park is open year
round. Enjoy the Café or bring a picnic to enjoy ourdoors.
Northwest Trek is a fun adventure for you, your friends and family.
Zoo & Aquarium
5400 N. Pearl St. Tacoma, WA 98407-3218
The only combined zoo and aquarium in the Northwest . The
Wild Wonders Outdoor Theatre shows off some of the more talented
animals, don't miss it. Point Defiance includes many different
areas: Rocky Shores, Red Wolf Woods, Arctic Tundra, and the Kids
Zone. Each section has it's own exhibits and types of animals.
Point Defiance is second only to Mt Ranier as most visited year
round attraction in the county.
9404 East Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98108-4097
A collection of over 150 historically significant air and
spacecraft is located at the Museum of Flight. The Museum of Flight
also has flight simulators for missions, space launches and much
more. The museum includes a café and the Museum of Flight
Store to purchase souveniers of your visit.
The Historic Flight Foundation offers you the chance to take a
glance back in time. Aircraft made from 1927-1957 are now on display
for all to see. These wonders of history can be found in hangars
designed especially to show off the planes' beauty. See aircraft
such as the F8F "Wampus Cat" and engineers working on restorations.
Come see the innovations that astonished previous generations
and helped change the world.
Located at 1st & Pike in Downtown Seattle
The market covers 9 acres with many shops to explore. Pike Place
is often referred to as the soul of Seattle, making it a must
see for any visit in town. The market started out as a farmer's
market and now has grown to 200 year round commercial businesses,
190 craftspeople, 100 farmers, 240 street performers, and over
300 apartments. Heritage tours of the market are available to
learn more about this historic and fun place.
8415 Paine Field Blvd Mukilteo, WA 98275
Not only does the Future of Flight have extraordinary exhibits,
but also interactive activities. The most exciting, adventurous
thing to do at Future of Flight is the Boeing Tour. Enjoy watching
planes, such as the 747, 767, 777, and 787 as they are assembled.
This exciting and educational tour is a must see while you are
in the Seattle area.
608 First Ave, in Seattle's Pioneer Square, Between Cherry Street
and Yesler Way.
Bill Speidel's Underground Tour takes you through subterranean
passages that were once the streets of Seattle. This is pioneer
history from a different point of view. The tour starts at Doc
Maynard's Public House, continues underground for three blocks
and ends up at the Rouges Gallery, the tour gift shop. Be prepared
for stairs and uneven surfaces underground. Tickets are cash only
or purchase online. Tours are offered daily, year round.
Alki Point Lighthouse
For those who love lighthouses, or anyone who enjoys beautiful
views, don't miss Alki Point one of 13 lighthouses on Puget Sound.
The Alki Point Lighthouse began with one man's private lantern
in 1868. The Lighthouse Service eventually placed an official
lantern there and today Alki Point continues as a working lighthouse.
It contains an immense amount of information on the history of
Seattle. The grounds are closed to the public but tours can be