One of the few authentic farmer's markets in the United States, this hub of delicious scents, delectable eats and delightful personalities attracts nine million visitors a year.
Climb 520 feet to the observation deck of Seattle's signature building, which is actually 605 feet tall, for spectacular views of the city and its surrounding area.
There's no better place to see it all than the Northwest's premier museum of natural history and culture.
The region's premier art museum! With collection of more than 21,000 objects, from Old Master paintings to African masks to contemporary Northwest Art, SAM offers exciting artistic experiences for visitors of all ages.
Museum-goers can view all types of aircraft, walk through the first presidential jet, pilot an imaginary flight in the traffic-control tower or even ride in a NASA space flight simulator.
From rock to hip-hop, jazz to blues, no other museum captures and delivers the amazing story of American popular music quite like EMP.
This museum has been a Seattle favorite since 1952. It features award-winning exhibits and programs that bring 150 years of Pacific Northwest history to life.
This 615-acre park has a little bit of everything: lakes, trails, meadows and plenty of animals. Northwest Trek is home to more than 200 North American animals.