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Attractions in Seattle (Page 8):

Space Needle

Space Needle

400 Broad St, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-905-2100

Towering 500 feet over Seattle, the Space Needle was built in 1962 for the World's Fair and remains the city's most popular attraction. Ride the glass-front elevator to the observation deck, or relax in the SkyCity Restaurant with a bottle of wine and first-class cuisine as you enjoy the most amazing 360-degree views of the city and beyond.

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SubSeattle Tour

SubSeattle Tour

608 First Ave., Seattle, WA 98104 | 206-682-4646

Forget about the Space Needle and Pike Place Market - this definitely ain't your grandma's tour of the Emerald City! From the house where Nirvana's Kurt Cobain lived and died, to the site of the 1983 Wah Mee massacre, this 90-minute bus tour gives tourists a glimpse of the lesser known side of Seattle and its colorful history.

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Volunteer Park Conservatory

Volunteer Park Conservatory

1400 E. Galer St, Seattle, WA 98112 | 206-684-4743

Seattle's historic Volunteer Park Conservatory on Capitol Hill features a Victorian glass building dating back to the early 1900's, modeled after London's Crystal Palace. The Conservatory showcases a vast variety of tropical and subtropical plant life in its five display houses, including palms, bromeliads, ferns, orchids, cactus, and seasonal plants.

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Warren G. Magnuson Park

Warren G. Magnuson Park

7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 | 206-684-4946

In the Sand Point neighborhood bordering Lake Washington, the 350-acre Warren G. Magnuson Park is the second largest park in Seattle, featuring several sports fields, a picnic area, a swimming beach, public sailboating, many paths for walking and bicycling, a dog park, and more. It boasts the second richest bird habitat of any park in Seattle, and is home to Seattle's biggest playground.

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Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park Arboretum

2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112 | 206-543-8800

This 230-acre Arboretum on the shores of Lake Washington features over 40,000 trees, shrubs and vines from all around the world. Arboretum highlights include hiking, canoeing and kayaking, picnics, and enjoying the year-round collection of magnificent flowers, plants and trees.

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Westlake Center

Westlake Center

400 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-467-1600

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, Westlake Center is a four-story, glass enclosed retail pavilion (with a Food Court on the Upper Level) offering a mix of national reputation retailers and a unique selection of the finest quality regional merchandise. Stop for lunch at one of the many eateries, including P.F. Chang's, Bronco's BBQ, or Charley's Grilled Subs.

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West Point Lighthouse

West Point Lighthouse

3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199 | 206-386-4236

Of the many things that Discovery Park in Seattle has to offer, the West Point Lighthouse is one of the best. From here you can enjoy stunning views of the Puget Sound, sit on the rocks and listen to the water lapping up onto the shore, feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your back as you take in the sailboats and freighters passing by.

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Wing Luke Museum

Wing Luke Museum

719 South King Street, Seattle, WA 98104 | 206-623-5124

The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is dedicated to immersing people in uniquely-American stories of survival, success, struggle, conflict, compassion and hope. The Museum is in the heart of Seattle's vibrant Chinatown-International District, and includes the very hotel where countless immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge.

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Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo

5500 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 | 206-548-2500

Woodland Park Zoo is a beautiful 92-acre zoo featuring more than 300 different animal species. It features different natural habitats ranging from humid tropical rain forests and coastal deserts to temperate rain forests such as we have here in the Pacific Northwest.

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