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Attractions in Seattle (Page 4):

Klondike Gold Rush Museum

Klondike Gold Rush Museum

319 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104 | 206-220-4240

The Klondike Goldrush National Historical Park, an unassuming little hidden treasure tucked away in the historic Cadillac Hotel building in Pioneer Square, is actually more of a museum, filled with all kinds of interesting exhibits relating to the Gold Rush era and Seattle's connection to it. Various programs are offered during summer months.

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Kubota Garden

Kubota Garden

9817 55th Avenue S., Seattle, WA 98178 | 206-684-4584

A stunning twenty acres of hills and valleys, the Kubota Garden features streams, waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings and an exceptionally rich and mature collection of plant material. This unique urban refuge displays over sixty years of vision, effort and commitment by the Kubota family.

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Lake Union

Lake Union

Offering stunning views of the Seattle skyline, Lake Union is located just north of downtown and offers amazing recreational activities right in the city. Rent a kayak for the day, take a sailing class, watch the fireworks from Gas Works Park - Lake Union offers all that and more. From houseboats to pleasure boats, seaplanes to paddle boards, fireworks to city lights - Lake Union offers a little something for everyone!

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Lake Washington

Lake Washington

Situated between Seattle and Bellevue, Lake Washington is the state's second largest lake and the site of numerous Seattle-based activities, from the SeaFair hydroplane races every August to dinner cruises year-round. Rent a canoe from the University of Washington's rental facility in Union Bay, or join other bicyclists for a leisurely ride along Lake Washington Blvd on Bicycle Sundays!

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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park

8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98136 | 206-684-4075

Lincoln Park is a 135 acre park in West Seattle on Puget Sound just north of the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal. Attractions include the paved walkway along the beach, tennis courts, baseball fields, picnic shelters, and a heated salt-water swimming pool during the summer. Its landscape is diverse, with rocky beaches, grassy meadows, and forests typical of the Northwest.

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Meany Hall

Meany Hall

1313 Northeast 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98105 | 206-543-4880

Located on the campus of the University of Washington, Meany Hall is one of the Pacific Northwest's premier performing arts facilities. The venue is not only used by the University of Washington Drama Department, but is also the site of upcoming performances by artists such as the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Kathy Mattea.

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Moore Theatre

Moore Theatre

1932 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-682-1414

The Moore Theatre, built in 1907, is the oldest operational theater in Seattle. During the 1970's, the theater was designated a Historical Landmark and was also the site of the first Seattle International Film Festival. After a massive renovation, the Moore became a venue for local bands and musical artists of almost every genre.

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Moss Bay Rowing Club

Moss Bay Rowing Club

1001 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-682-2031

At the south end of Lake Union in Seattle, Moss Bay provides year-round adult boating opportunities and youth summer recreation programs. Boating enthusiasts of all ages, sizes, and abilities can enjoy access to the water and take in the sights on Lake Union. Rent by the hour, or take an all-day guided tour - the choice is yours at Moss Bay.

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Museum of Flight

Museum of Flight

9404 East Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108 | 206-764-5720

Located at the south end of Boeing Field, the Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world. The Museum's collection includes more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn - the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co.

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Museum of Glass

Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

860 Terry Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-324-1126

The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) is located in the South Lake Union neighborhood in Seattle. Offering over 4 million artifacts, photographs, and archival materials, MOHAI is the largest private heritage organization in Washington state. The museum features both permanent and temporary exhibits as well as child and adult education programs.

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