1. Bacon Mansion Bed and Breakfast

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    959 Broadway East, Seattle, WA, United States
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  2. Volunteer Park

    A couple blocks up Capitol Hill, with a water tower that offers a great view after climbing only 114 steps.
  3. Space Needle

    In 2000, the Space Needle completed a $20 million revitalization. The year-long project included construction of the Pavilion Level, SpaceBase retail store, SkyCity restaurant, O Deck overhaul, exterior lighting additions, Legacy Light installations, exterior painting and more.
  4. Seattle Asian Art Museum

    SAM collects and exhibits objects from across cultures, exploring the connections between past and present. Currently the collection consists of approximately 23,000 objects
  5. Harvard Exit Theatre

    2 Screens. Built in 1925. Operated by Landmark since 1979. The Harvard Exit Theatre offers Seattle's finest in independent film and foreign language cinema in a cozy atmosphere evocative of the 1920s. Annually, the Harvard Exit is host to the Seattle International Film Festival and the Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
  6. Seattle International Film Festival

    SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive.
  7. Pike Place Market

    Its nine acres and more than a century of operation encompass thousands of fascinating stories — tales of immigration, internment, renovation and urban renewal — all that help explain why Pike Place Market is called "The Soul of Seattle."
  8. Washington State Ferry Terminal

    The Washington State Ferry system is the largest ferry system in the US and the third largest in the world. It's no wonder with all the water we have around here! The Washington ferries system links the Seattle area on the east side of Puget Sound to towns on the Kitsap Peninsula and Olympic Peninsula and to British Columbia in Canada.
  9. Seattle Aquarium

    The heartbeat of hands-on marine experience and preservation education in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound that surrounds you! Join us in our mission: Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment.
  10. Olympic Sculpture Park

    The Olympic Sculpture Park has transformed a nine-acre industrial site into open and vibrant green space for art. This new 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. Admission is free.
  11. Seattle Public Library

    Our mission is to bring people, information and ideas together to enrich lives and build community.
  12. Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA

    Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA
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    Settled in 1852 and burned to the ground in 1889, Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square District features 88 acres of beautifully restored architectural masterpieces, including buildings designed in the Second Renaissance-Revival, Beaux-Arts Classical, and Richardsonian-Romanesque styles... one of the largest collections of unique architecture in the United States.
  13. Bill Speidels Underground Tour

    BILL SPEIDEL'S UNDERGROUND TOUR is a leisurely, guided walking tour beneath Seattle’s sidewalks and streets. As you roam the subterranean passages that once were the main roadways and first-floor storefronts of old downtown Seattle, our guides regale you with the stories our pioneers didn’t want you to hear. It’s history with a twist!
  14. Argosy Cruises - Harbor & Locks Tours

    Argosy operates nine vessels providing private and public cruises around the Puget Sound area. Argosy Cruises offers must-see tourist attractions, such as the Lakes, Locks and Harbor Cruises and hosts countless weddings, parties, corporate events and community activities, including the Christmas Ship™ Festival, Jazz Brunch Cruise Series, Murder Mystery Series and other themed and holiday events.
  15. Seattle Center

    We are the nation's best gathering place. Supported by the people of Seattle, we are home to the finest cultural and educational organizations, sports teams, festivals, community programs and entertainment facilities. We exist to delight and inspire the human spirit in each person and bring us together as a rich and varied community.
  16. Seattle Art Museum - SAM

    Drop in to see extensive permanent collections, exciting international exhibitions, and a diverse lineup of programs.
  17. buuteeq inc.

    1455 Northwest Leary Way
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  18. Woodland Park Zoo

    Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act.
  19. Ballard Locks Fish Ladder

    The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, built in 1911 and often nicknamed the Ballard Locks, provides a link for boats between the salt water of Puget Sound and the fresh water of the Ship Canal, which connects eastward to Lake Union and Lake Washington.
  20. Museum of Flight

    The Museum of Flight exists to acquire, preserve, and exhibit historically significant air and space artifacts, which provide a foundation for scholarly research, and lifelong learning programs that inspire an interest in and understanding of science, technology, and the humanities.
  21. Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame

    Experience Music Project Science Fiction Museum EMP|SFM is the place where music meets science fiction. Learn about two popular passions through state-of-the-art exhibitions and hands-on interactives—all under one architecturally amazing roof!
  22. Pacific Science Center

    Pacific Science Center inspires a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs.
  23. Henry Art Gallery

    The Henry Art Gallery delivers a direct experience of the art of our time.
  24. Frye Art Museum

    Located on Seattle’s First Hill, the Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952 as the legacy of Charles and Emma Frye, prominent early-twentieth century Seattle business leaders and art collectors.
  25. Museum of History and Industry

    MOHAI is dedicated to enriching lives by preserving, sharing and teaching the diverse history of Seattle, the Puget Sound region and the nation.
  26. Center For Wooden Boats

    Come to CWB for hands-on maritime experiences using our fleet of historic wooden boats. You can visit us in Seattle or on Camano Island. Our livery (our fleet of boats for rent) operates year-round renting sail and rowboats to the public. We also offer many classes in sailing and other skills for adults and youth as well as one-on-one sailing lessons. Many events happen at The Center for Wooden Boats and you are invited to explore our docks every day of the year.
  27. Fremont Neighborhood Services Center

    Fremont is famous for its individual approach, with its city streets plus winding waterfront trail just ripe to explore. Enjoy backstreet walking tours or a trip through the only fair-trade chocolate factory in the country. Fly high on a trapeze (or just watch the professionals). Peruse public art. Make a purchase in an offbeat gallery. Get tickets to an assorted mix of live theater. Rock-out to the local music scene. Or simply make peace in a local park.
  28. Japanese Garden

    1075 Lake Washington Boulevard East
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    Located within the Washington Park Arboretum this is a 3 1/2 acre formal garden designed and constructed under the supervision of world-renowned Japanese garden designer Juki Iida in 1960.
  29. Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    Travelers and local Seattle-ites of all ages love to Ride the Ducks! Our hilarious, Coast Guard-certified maritime captains will take you on an adventure tour of Seattle while they narrate historical information and local folklore, dance to funky music and QUACK you up with jokes and comedy! Then, SPLASH into the water to cruise on Lake Union and view a breath-taking view of the Seattle skyline!
  30. Show Me Seattle Tours

    We offer a wide variety of dinner cruises, lunch cruises, food tours, and much more. Discover Seattle on our Seattle Highlights City Tour, or visit the massive Boeing Plant. Travel to Snoqualmie Falls, the Olympic Peninsula, or Mount Rainier.
  31. Future of Flight

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    8415 Paine Field, Blvd, Mukilteo, WA 98275
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    Boeing Factory Tour and Aviation Center where the wide body 747, 777, 767 and 787 are manufactured and assembled
  32. Underground Tour

    Underground Tour
    608 First Ave., Seattle 98104
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    Hilarious Historic Tour Beneath Seattle's sidewalks in Pioneer Square. A 90 minute guided walking tour.
  33. Evergreen Escapes Advs., Treks & Tours

    EverGreen Escapes is the Pacific Northwest’s premier local and sustainable adventure travel company based in Seattle, Washington USA. Few in this magnificent region have had the expertise and passion for offering exclusive adventures, treks and tour options for the responsible, curious and active traveler. Until now…
  34. Seattle By Foot

    Seattle Coffee Crawl, Funky Fremont, Seattle Pub Crawl and Scenic Emerald City walking tours
  35. Seattle Architicture Foundation

    1333 Fifith Save., Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98101
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    Discover the Future with a Look at the Past "I walk by here every day and I never saw that." Our tour guides hear comments like that on a regular basis, and it speaks to the essence of why Seattle Architecture Foundation (SAF) exists. Through entertaining and informative guided walking tours, SAF awakens people to the profound influence of the built environment surrounding them, and inspires them to get involved in shaping its future.
  36. Seattle International Film Festival_Copy

    SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive. Annually from: LATE MAY, EARLY JUNE
  37. Northwest Folk Life Festival

    Northwest Folklife creates opportunities for individuals and communities of the Pacific Northwest to celebrate, share and sustain the vitality of folk, ethnic and traditional arts for present and future generations. Northwest Folklife carries out its mission in a variety of ways, most notably through the annual production of the free Northwest Folklife Festival. MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
  38. SeaFair

    Starts just after the Fourth of July with events like Milk Carton Race on Greenlake, the numerous neighborhood parades, the Torchlight Parade and culminating the first weekend of August with the Blue Angles and Hydro-plane Races on Lake Washington.
  39. Bite of Seattle

    Bumbershoot®: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival is more than 40 years old. Since 1971, Bumbershoot has drawn artists representing the best in music, film, comedy, spoken word, dance, theatre, performance, and visual arts to the Seattle Center over Labor Day weekend. North America’s largest urban arts festival, Bumbershoot takes place in the heart of the city at the 74-acre Seattle Center. Over 120,000 visitors from near and far spend the weekend reveling in the world of Bumbershoot, experiencing everything from regional favorites to international superstars across all arts disciplines. LABOR DAY WEEKEND
  40. Bumbershoot Music Festival

    For one weekend out of the year, the hard work and creativity of restaurant owners and their chefs become center stage at the Comcast Bite of Seattle™. The Bite's dedication to the culinary arts is displayed not only by the 50+ Seattle area restaurants and 30+ food product companies that participate in the event, but through other attractions that are created specifically in support of the hospitality industry. MID JULY
  41. Olivar

    Olivar combines Chef Philippe Thomelin's deep roots from growing up in the Loire Valley of France, the influence of his Catalan grandmother and his love of all things Spanish to create dishes that reflect his philosophy of using the freshest, most seasonal seafood, meat and produce to create high quality food in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
  42. Chandlers Crabhouse

    Specializes in seafood, great view on South Lake Union.
  43. Daniels Restaurant Steakhouse & Bar

    200 Lake Washington Boulevard
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    A great steak house on South Lake Union.
  44. Shelter Lounge

    4910 Leary Avenue Northwest
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    Chill place for eats and drinks
  45. Dahlia Lounge

    A downtown establishment that specializes in Northwest cuisine.
  46. La Spiga

    Great Italian
  47. Cafe Presse

    French Cuisine.
  48. Poppy

    622 Broadway E. Seattle, WA 98102
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    Pacific Northwest cuisine served on small and large Thale plates
  49. Panevino Trattoria - Bar

    Pane Vino
    416 Broadway E. Seattle, WA 98102
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    Italy on Broadway. A very good authentic restaurant with generous portions.
  50. Barrio

    1420 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
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    Barrio is community; an approachable and inviting representation of modern Mexico. We feature a menu that takes a unique and modern approach to Mexican inspired cuisine and complement that with cocktails that are creative, classic and Latin focused. The scene is lively as the restaurant thrives off the street energy and relaxed locale of the neighborhoods we are pleased to call our Barrio.
  51. Bako

    Classic Chinese Now
  52. Seattle Seahawks

    800 Occidental Avenue South #300
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  53. Seattle Sounders

    800 Occidental Avenue South
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  54. Seattle Storm

    3421 Thorndyke Avenue West
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    WNBA Champions twice including 2010. The women play in late spring to early fall at Seattle Center Colesium
  55. Seattle Mariners

  56. Washington Huskies

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    3800 Montlake Blvd NE
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    Our Husky athletes are proud members of the newly expanded summer 2011 and now Pacific 12 Conference.
  57. Paramount Theatre

  58. 5th Avenue Theatre

  59. McCaw Hall

  60. Benaroya Hall

  61. Seattle Repertory Theatre

  62. Intiman Theatre

  63. ACT - A Contemporary Theatre: Ticket Office

  64. Dimitrious Jazz Alley

  65. Seattle Asian Art Museum

    1400 East Prospect Street
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  66. buuteeq inc.

    1455 Northwest Leary Way #250
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