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The Woodland Park Zoo - Woodland Park Zoo encompasses 92 acres and features more than 1,090 individual animals representing nearly 300 species.

Seattle Aquarium - See, touch and explore our amazing underwater world. Also enjoy a stroll on the Seattle Waterfront.

The Seattle Space Needle - The Space Needle is located at Seattle Center. Whatever your interests—theatre, ballet, opera, professional sports, rock ‘n’ roll history, roller coasters, science, movies, shopping, exploring or just plain walking around—the city unfurls from the Space Needle

The Seattle Centre - The original grounds of the Seattle World’s Fair have been transformed into a center for arts and cultural – there is always something going on.

The Pacific Science Center - Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, it now features fascinating exhibits for both kids and adults.

Washington Park Arboretum - is a spectacular 230 acre urban green space on the shores of Lake Washington just east of downtown Seattle and south of the University of Washington.

Pike Place Market - The Pike Place Market is the soul of Seattle. The Market's traditions, products, and people create a unique shopping destination and a thriving community.

Seattle Art Museum - The region's premier art museum features work from every corner of the world.

Pacific Place  is downtown Seattle's premier shopping, dining and entertainment center

Pioneer Square - The cultural heart of Seattle featuring over twenty city blocks of historic buildings, more than thirty galleries, a vibrant retail sector, and Seattle’s most exciting nightlife

Seattle Monorail - is the nation's first full-scale commercial monorail system. It is a favorite part of the Seattle skyline and provides a fun, quick and convenient link from downtown Seattle to Seattle Center

Olympic Sculpture Park - waterfront park gives Seattle residents and visitors the opportunity to experience a variety of sculpture in an outdoor setting, while enjoying the incredible views and beauty of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.

Experience Music Project - Located next to the base of the Space Needle in Seattle it captures and reflects the essence of rock ‘n’ roll, its roots in jazz, soul, gospel, country and the blues, as well as rock’s influence on hip-hop, punk and other recent genres

Paramount Theater Seattle - Washington residents and visitors have been entertained at Seattle’s magnificent Paramount Theatre. Millions have delighted in The Theatre’s architectural majesty, viewed countless films, and enjoyed thousands of performers from all corners of the globe.

Boeing Plant Seattle - The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour, located 25 miles north of Seattle in Everett, Wash

Ballard Locks and Ship Canal  - Both tourists and locals enjoy watching the parade of sailboats, motorboats, tugs, barges and yachts passing through.

Tulalip Casino - Tulalip is always among the first to have the latest games available.

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Tillicum Village Seattle one of Seattle's most talked about attractions

International District - It's the only neighborhood in America where Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese and Southeast Asians live and work together, side-by-side.

Seattle Chinatown - Just minutes away from downtown Seattle, it's possible to discover the traditions, spirit and soul of a 7,000 year old culture.

Emerald Downs Horse Racing - Come experience horse racing at its best at Emerald Downs, located in Auburn Washington

Muckleshoot Casino - At Muckleshoot Casino we offer something for everyone! From over 2,600 machines and poker to exciting tables games like blackjack, craps, roulette and more. No matter what kind of fun you’re in the mood for, Muckleshoot’s got it!


Ballard Seattle Washington - Overlooking Salmon Bay, the community of Ballard is often associated with the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, what is locally known as the Ballard Locks.

Belltown Seattle - the most densely populated neighborhood in Seattle located on the city's downtown waterfront

Capitol Hill Seattle - with distinctive, turn of the century bungalows and classic apartments, shopping, and nightlife. Home to a diverse population, including a strong gay community

Financial District Seattle - stretches between The Fairmont Olympic Hotel and Nordstrom. Fifth and Sixth avenues offer upscale shopping

Fremont Seattle - an eclectic, artsy neighborhood of Seattle located in the north-central section of Seattle Overlooking Salmon Bay

Queen Anne Seattle - situated just north of Seattle Center and just south of Fremont across the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The hill early became a popular spot for the city's economic and cultural elite to build their mansions

Puget Sound Seattle - Seattle lies in the center of the Puget Sound region and sits between Elliot Bay and Lake Washington

University District Seattle - 3 miles from downtown Seattle, the "U District" stretches from Ravenna to Portage Bay and from I-5 to Lake Washington. Home to the University of Washington and many unique commercial districts.

Waterfront Seattle - one of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring seaports in the world. Cruise ships shopping, dinning and many attractions.

West Seattle - Among the area's attractions are its saltwater beach parks along Elliott Bay and Puget Sound, including Alki Beach and Lincoln Park

Green Lake
Green Lake Park - The lake itself is ringed by an often busy jogging/ walking/ in-line skating track, and has boat rentals, and Evans Swimming Pool.   Located next to the Woodland Park Zoo.

Woodland Park Zoo - World Famous Woodland Park Zoo encompasses 92 acres and features more than 1,090 individual animals representing nearly 300 species.

Lake Union
Gas Works Park
- Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle

Lake Union Seattle - Gas Works Park is the largest park on Lake Union and the most popular for Seattleites and visitors. It is the venue for summer concerts and one of the two major Fourth of Octy fireworks shows in Seattle.

Lake Washington
Seward Park
- boasts 300 acres of beautiful forest land - home to eagles' nests, old growth forest, a 2.4 mile bike and walking path, an amphitheater, a native plant garden, an art studio, miles of hiking trails, and more.

Lake Washington Seattle - situated between Seattle to the west, Bellevue and Kirkland to the east, Renton to the south, and Kenmore to the north, and surrounds Mercer Island.

West Seattle
Alki Beach Park  - in West Seattle is best known for its salty, sandy beach, narrow streets, newly constructed condominiums mixed with quaint houses, some with breathtaking views of the Seattle skyline.