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Best things to do in King County

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Neighbourhood
“Iconic Seattle. Fresh produce, fish, flowers and other wares sold in an open-air market. If you’re driving there are several $3 & $4 an hour parking garages close to the market which is the cheapest parking in the city. ”
869 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Since its construction for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle has become both an internationally recognized icon and Seattle’s most popular attraction. Distance - 3.8 miles”
491 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Seattle Art Museum connects art to life through special exhibitions, educational programs & installations drawn from its collection of approximately 25K objects. SAM presents a global perspective, collecting & exhibiting objects from 140 cultures, exploring connections between the past and present”
338 locals recommend
Park
“Kerry Park at sunset- not far from the Townhouse and amazing views of the city. ”
439 locals recommend
Park
“This is the best park in Seattle. It has amazing views of the city and you can watch float planes land on Lake Union.”
419 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Discovery Park- just across town in Magnolia, there's a huge park with tons of family friendly walks from trees to the sea and a recently redone playground that kids love. ”
400 locals recommend
Canal Lock
“Ballard Locks is a great place park not only to stroll around and enjoy its gorgeous trees but also it has a unique view of the opening Puget Sound. You can cross the bridge where fresh water from South Lake meets the salt water of the Puget Sound ocean. Also you can enjoy here the views of the salmon ladder that helps these amazing fishes on their way back to Alaska. ”
405 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Mind-blowing blown glass sculptures interspersed with beautiful flowers and plants.”
288 locals recommend
Museum
“We love the Museum of Pop Culture! Housed in a Frank Gehry-designed building (read: crazy folding waves of metal), the MoPOP is tons of fun - there's something for everyone. Exhibits range from Seattle's rock idols to fantasy/sci-fi icons.”
234 locals recommend
Zoo
“This is a large zoo, will take a whole day to visit the entire zoo. It’s a really nice place with lots of animals to see. ”
231 locals recommend
Beach
“Beautiful place to go for public beach access and boat viewing. Walking trails, beach combing, boat marinas, open views looking towards the Olympic mountains. Great place to go and enjoy a sunset.”
332 locals recommend
Park
“Get some picnic food and a blanket and spend the afternoon hanging out here.”
299 locals recommend
Sculpture Garden
“At the north end of the downtown waterfront, this sculpture park is a beautiful place to go for a walk or rent some bikes and ride through it. Good place to slow down and have a picnic.”
253 locals recommend
Beach
“Walk the beach, multiple locations to stop for food and drinks, indoor or out. See the space needle and down town from the beach. Check locally for art walks and events!”
367 locals recommend
Stadium
“Root for the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC at neighboring CenturyLink Field, known for its boisterous atmosphere. Both stadiums offer behind-the-scenes tours during the offseason and when the teams are away.”
171 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Glass blowing is a huge Tacoma thing! Dale Chihuly is a Tacoman! There are always many different exhibits and artists featured in the Museum of Glass...”
106 locals recommend