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Sightseeing in Seattle

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
Canal Lock
“This park hosts a botanical garden, a small museum, a “fish ladder”, and the Locks themselves- a manmade engineering marvel that works sort of like a boat elevator.”
402 locals recommend
Tour Provider
“A pun-fueled, funny walking tour that highlights downtown Seattle’s highlights and lowlights. Tip: there are now several underground tours. This one is the original!”
173 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“One of the cities most quirky tourist locations. Right next to Pike Place Market, bring your gum and add to the collection.”
63 locals recommend
Canal Lock
“In Ballard, see the boats come from fresh water to salt water via the locks. Walk across the locks to the fish ladder and see the salmon migrating. ”
50 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Visit the Space Needle at the Pacific Science Center, maybe get some rest at the incredible IMAX theater nearby and if the skies are clear, go up to the top of the needle and check out the views! :)”
12 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Learn more about the history of estalle with this walking tour, go under the streets and see what’s there.”
4 locals recommend
Historic Site
1 local recommends
Tourist Information Center
1 local recommends
Tourist Information Center
“You will be picked up at the vacation home for a 90 min tour around our beautiful city and see 15 unique neighborhoods and the most iconic sightseeing spots in Seattle. There's no other upbeat and hilarious tour quite like the Seattle Qwik Tour. Punctuated by music by local artists (Hendrix and Cobain), the tour is interactive, and it's "more than just a tour. It's theater!”
1 local recommends
Canal Lock
1 local recommends
Canal Lock
“The Locks are run by the Army Corps of Engineers and are surrounded by a beautiful botanical garden. Watch the boats sail through the Locks and walk over to the salmon ladder. FREE.”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark