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Attractions in Seattle (Page 5):

Museum of Pop Culture

Museum of Pop Culture

325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-770-2700

Let there be rock! Formerly known as the EMP Museum, the Museum of Pop Culture is located across from the Space Needle at the Seattle Center and is a must-see for music lovers. The museum features touring exhibitions of music memorabilia, permanent collections such as the Guitar Gallery, a Sound Lab that allows museum-goers to learn the basics of playing various instruments, and so much more!

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Neptune Theater

Neptune Theater

1303 Northeast 45th Street, Seattle, WA 98105 | 206-682-1414

When it opened in 1921, the Neptune Theater was one of five movie houses in the University District. Today it is the only one of those five that remains. In 2011 the theater was purchased by the Seattle Theatre Group, a non-profit organization that has also purchased and restored the Moore and Paramount Theatres. It is now a live performance multi-use venue.

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Northwest Folklife Festival

Northwest Folklife Festival

305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-684-7300

The Northwest Folklife Festival is an annual festival of ethnic, folk, and traditional art, crafts, and music that takes place over the Memorial Day weekend in Seattle at the Seattle Center, bringing together more than 6,000 musicians, dancers, and other performers.

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Northwest Outdoor Center

Northwest Outdoor Center

2100 Westlake Ave N Ste 1, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-281-9694

If you're new to kayaking, you'll want to head down to Northwest Outdoor Center on Lake Union. They'll show you everything you need to know to go out for the first time, and they're conveniently located right on the lake. Lake Union is the perfect spot for beginners to get their feet wet, and you can't beat the views of the Seattle skyline!

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Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park

3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362 | 360-565-3130

From its majestic mountain peaks to its lush rainforest, to its colorful ocean tidepools at the Pacific coast - Olympic National Park is like three parks in one. Covering almost a million acres on the Olympic Peninsula, the possibilities for adventure are limitless. The biggest challenge will be deciding where to start!

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Pacific Northwest Ballet

Pacific Northwest Ballet

301 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-441-2424

Founded in 1972, Pacific Northwest Ballet is one of the largest and most highly regarded ballet companies in the United States. Made up of nearly 50 dancers from around the world, the company presents more than a hundred performances every year, both in Seattle and on tour. Upcoming performances include Cinderella, Swan Lake, and Hansel & Gretel.

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Pacific Place

Pacific Place

600 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-405-2655

Located in the heart of downtown, Pacific Place is Seattle's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. You'll find 50 stores ranging from everyday to extraordinary, including: Barneys New York, Club Monaco, J.Crew, lululemon athletica, Michael Kors and Tiffany & Co. - just to name a few.

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Pacific Science Center

Pacific Science Center

200 Second Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-443-2001

Pacific Science Center, located under the arches near the Space Needle in Seattle, features five buildings of hands-on science exhibits, two IMAX theaters (one with IMAX 3D technology), laser light shows and a planetarium. Admission also includes Live Science Stage shows, Discovery Carts, Laser Dome and much more!

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Paramount Theatre

Paramount Theatre

911 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-682-1414

During the era of the silent film, the Paramount Picture Studio built large theaters in most major cities across the country in order to ensure broad distribution of their films. The Paramount Theatre in Seattle, which opened its doors in 1928, began its life as one of those great silent movie palaces. It is now one of the city's premier live venues for music and so much more.

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Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

1st Ave & Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-682-7453

Flying fish, souvenir sweatshirts, vintage movie posters - Pike Place Market has all this and more. You could spend a whole day here, browsing handmade arts and crafts from local vendors, finding that perfect gift from one of the Market's many quirky shops, enjoying lunch at one of dozens of restaurants. You haven't done Seattle until you've done Pike Place Market!

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