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Unlock the magic of Seattle

Surrounded by water, green forests and mountains, Seattle is a city on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest. The tech industry is strong here with the headquarters of Microsoft and Amazon. There is no shortage of things to do and places to see in Seattle, from the thriving culinary scene to the iconic Space Needle, a 1962 World’s Fair legacy.

Attractions in Seattle

Lake Union
Lake Union sits at the heart of Seattle, with locals and travelers enjoying the fresh water lake by boat, kayak, paddleboards, and even seaplane.
Queen Anne Neighborhood
The Queen Anne neighborhood sits at the highest point in Seattle and overlooks the downtown area. It's known for its cultural and musical activities, year-round.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The foundation brings in thinkers and innovators from around the world to solve not only pressing issues for the city but also for global scale problems.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Chihuly's blown glass has put Seattle on the map of the global glass blowing scene. The gardens are one of the city's largest draws for travelers and locals.
Pike's Place Market
Operating for over a century, Pike's Place is one of the country's oldest farmers markets, frequented by locals and travelers looking for a fresh, tasty treat.
Seattle Space Needle
A Seattle landmark and defining trait of the city's skyline, the observation point offers spectacular views over the city, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascades, and several volcanoes.
The Cascades
A mountain range running from Canada to Northern California, the stretch in Washington offers spectacular scenery and outdoor activities from hiking and rafting to floating and fly fishing.
Leavenworth
Located in the Cascades, Leavenworth is a Bavarian village with Alpine style buildings, German food and beer, and eclectic shopping.
Bavarian food
With numerous Bavarian restaurants throughout the town, sampling pretzels, sausages, and schnitzel makes for the perfect way to explore.
Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum
At last count, the museum housed over 6,000 nutcrackers - including several devoted to sports teams.
Olive Oil Tasting
Pop into any number of shops to sample local olive oils and balsamic vinegar before purchasing your favorite combination.
Wine Tasting Rooms
Washington is known for its large, Bordeaux style reds from the Columbia Valley and Walla Walla. Relax in a tasting room as you indulge in Washington reds.
Marymere Falls
Located a mile from Crescent Lake, Marymere Falls is one of the park's most visited waterfalls.
Olympic National Park
On Washington's western peninsula, glaciers, lakes, redwoods, waterfalls, and mountains await the adventurer.
Marmots
Living on the high grasslands, largely above the tree line, marmots are burrowing house-cat sized rodents. Keep your eyes peeled for one at Hurricane Ridge.
Wildlife
Throughout the park, be on the lookout for bears and mountain lions, but you're most likely to encounter deer throughout the park.
Hurricane Ridge
From Hurricane Ridge, look for the highest peak in the park and glaciers in one direction, and in the other wave across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Canada.
Lake Crescent
Fed by several creeks and lacking in nitrogen which prevents algae growth, Lake Crescent is a brilliant blue and begging for a swim. Beware the chill of the cool waters though!
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