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Attractions in Seattle (Page 6):

Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square

1st Ave & Yessler Way, Seattle, WA 98104

Seattle's Historic Pioneer Square District boasts more unique and independently owned shops than any other part of the city. These dusty bookstores, creaky-floored galleries, small boutiques, and quaint eateries now inhabit the Emerald City's most historic buildings.

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Rainier Square

Rainier Square

1333 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-373-7119

Rainier Square Upper Fifth offers fashion's finest names including Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Brooks Brothers. In addition, Upper Fifth features unique, quality boutiques like Northwest Pendleton, Mephisto, Alexandria Rossoff, and more. When you need a break, Upper Fifth has many relaxing cafes and exciting restaurants to choose from.

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Ride the Ducks

Ride the Ducks

516 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-441-3825

It's a boat! It's a bus! No, it's a.....duck? Well, not really - but Ride the Ducks is definitely the wackiest, most enjoyable Seattle tour you will ever take. Join your crazy captain for a joyride through the streets of downtown, along the waterfront, and even take a dip in Lake Union. That's right - you're hopping on a WWII amphibious vehicle for a 1-1/2 tour you won't soon forget!

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Schmitz Preserve Park

Schmitz Preserve Park

5551 SW Admiral Way, Seattle, WA 98116 | 206-684-4075

Near Alki Beach in West Seattle, Schmitz Preserve Park is a 53-acre park featuring old growth forest and walking trails. Except for its paved entrance and a parking lot at the northwest corner, the park has remained essentially unchanged since 1908, and contains the largest old growth forest in Seattle.

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Seafair

Seafair

2200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98121 | 206-728-0123

For over half a century, SeaFair Seattle has been an annual tradition for both locals and visitors alike. It's the largest festival in the Northwest, and features everything from air shows to hydroplane races, parades to triathlons. SeaFair favorites include the Torchlight Parade, Milk Carton Derby, Blue Angels show, Seafair Cup, and more. It's a party, Seattle-style!

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Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium

1483 Alaskan Way, Pier 59, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-386-4300

Located on the Seattle waterfront, the Seattle Aquarium is home to a variety of marine life, including sea otters, pinecone fish, harbor seals, wolf eels, giant Pacific octopus, and many others. Exhibits include Ocean Oddities, Window on Washington Waters, Underwater Dome, and more.

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Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

1300 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-654-3100

From its special exhibitions featuring the art of such powerhouses as Gauguin and Picasso, to its culturally diverse permanent collections, the Seattle Art Museum never disappoints. The museum also features a variety of workshops, lectures, films, and other public programs that serve to further its goal of promoting the understanding and appreciation of art.

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Seattle Arts & Lectures

Seattle Arts & Lectures

200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-621-2230

In 1987 Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) began to bring writers from different genres to the city to discuss their work. Over the years, the program has expanded to include educational objectives geared toward both adults and children. The introduction of the Poetry Series in 2000 simply enhanced an already vibrant effort to engage the community in the literary arts.

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Seattle Children's Theater

Seattle Children's Theater

201 Thomas Street, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-443-0807

Since 1975, Seattle Children's Theater has been helping young people develop a lifelong interest in the arts through professional theater productions created especially for them. They also offer classes and workshops so that children may have the opportunity to experience all aspects of the theatre arts.

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Seattle Great Wheel

Seattle Great Wheel

1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-623-8600

Let your waterfront experience reach new heights with a ride on Seattle's Great Wheel! Rising 175 feet in the air, this new attraction on Pier 57 offers breathtaking views of Elliott Bay, downtown Seattle, the mountains, and more. Fully enclosed, heated gondolas make this a year-round ride. Pay a little more for the VIP gondola, and enjoy the ride in leather bucket seats!

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