SEA / I'm from Seattle, but I still need to go to the Gum Wall from time to time and make my contribution! It's always mind blowing to think how many others have been here!
3015 NW 54th St
Ballard Locks is a beautiful place that even most people living in the area will never go see. An interesting place to go take kids or maybe just people interested in water control and boats.
Seattle Great Wheel
1301 Alaskan Way
You won't care what kind of night it is, this beauty is a spectacle to see. I personally believe it's brightest during a rainy night.
506 2nd Ave
Another fantastic place to take in the amazing view of the emerald city. This building even has an old school elevator that make you feel like your back in the 70s
One of Seattle's grossest and most famous experiences. If you're visiting from out of town, you MUST go here! Just make sure to have a few pieces to chew before you get there.
Russell Investments Center
1301 2nd Ave
The 17th floor of this building offers unparalleled views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, and downtown Seattle from just about any place in the building.
305 Harrison St
If you only have 24 hours in Seattle this would be the one MUST on your list! The Space Needle, Chihuly Glass Garden and Pacific Science Center all in one place. Take the city monorail directly in.
Absolutely fun and quiet part of Seattle's history. No charge to go. Plenty of parking. Great spot, that's not heavily advertised but very popular amongst the locals.
3405 Troll Ave N
You have to see the Fremont Troll if you're in Seattle! There's some great places to walk around there too!
The gum wall is both amazing and gross at the same time. Just behind Pikes, within walking distance.
Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is my favorite place to get flowers. There are always fresh and beautiful flowers with unique arrangements. Besides flowers, there are lots of other awesome things worth exploring!
Climb on it, pick it's nose, and take pictures with it. This is one of Seattle's iconic attractions. There is also a lot of restaurants and coffee shops nearby.
Pretty gross, but you have to contribute to the grossness!! You'll find it at Pike's Place in downtown Seattle.
Bruce Lee Grave Site
1554 15th Ave E
Had to pay my respects and visit one of my all time heroes, Bruce Lee. His son is also resting in peace beside him.
University Of Washington Seattle
1410 NE Campus Pkwy
The Seattle campus of the University of Washington is simply stunning. Come here for sunrise and you'll get to enjoy this beauty without students rushing to classes.
400 Broad St
Ver Seattle por cima é uma sensação única. É possível caminhar ao redor (360graus). No frio, não esqueça do casaco, apesar de ter uma lanchonete com chocolate (pago)
The iconic Gum Wall in Seattle. Both disgusting AND artistic. It's always changing and growing as more people visit, so I try to go whenever I'm in Seattle. Street art at its finest.
Bring a pack of gum and try writing something in chiclet.
400 Broad St
Really beautiful view of Seattle! Well worth the price. The ticket includes two free souvenir photos of you (one with the Needle, one with the view). Learned fun facts about the structure too!
506 2nd Ave
There is something cool about walking through a piece of history. And the Smith Tower is about as historic as you can get. The elevators attendants and observation deck are definitely worth seeing!
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