Seattle Sights & Attractions
Burke-Gilman Trail – Hike this 26 mile trail linking Redmond's Marymoor Park and the wine country of Woodinville with Seattle's Fremont neighborhood and Kenmore, north of downtown.
Washington Park Arboretum – Follow the picturesque trails that wind through the wildflowers, woods and streams of this 230-acre expanse.
Woodland Park Zoo - The 92-acre Woodland Park Zoo is considered one of the best in the world.
Seattle Aquarium – See the largest species of octopus in the world.
Ballard/Chittenden Locks - The locks link Puget Sound and Shilshole Bay with Lake Union. Enjoy their botanical garden and watching salmon traverse the fish ladders.
Seattle Center - The 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, otherwise known as Century 21, gave visitors a glimpse of the future and left Seattle with a lasting legacy. Venues at the center include the Experience Music Project, Pacific Science Center, The Space Needle and the Children's Museum.
The Space Needle - The Needle has had its share of milestones, including numerous weddings and a jump by six parachutists.
Pioneer Square – Experience the cultural heartbeat of the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Waterfront - Browse the eclectic souvenir and curio shops, taste the fresh Pacific Northwest seafood, or catch a ride to the beautiful islands of Puget Sound.
Mount Rainier - An active stratovolcano (also known as a composite volcano), Mount Rainier is a glacier, a rainforest and a subalpine ecology.
Bainbridge Island – Take the short, but inviting, trip across Elliot Bay to Bainbridge Island.