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4/5Very Good!(177 area reviews)
A clean, walkable city center with tree-filled public spaces, shopping, boutique bars and restaurants, and views across the Puget Sound.
4/5Very Good!(13 area reviews)
One of Seattle’s most scenic neighborhoods, this district houses fascinating museums along the tree-lined banks of its beautiful lake.
3.5/5Good!(3 area reviews)
As you stroll through the collection of urban shopping and historic homes, mix in with students rushing between classes or relaxing when their work is done.
4.5/5Wonderful!(6 area reviews)
Experience the leafy green parks, world-class art gallery and electric nightlife of this up-and-coming Seattle neighborhood.
Tour some of Seattle’s greatest sights in a neighborhood that encompasses spectacular architecture, colorful art and swaths of green parkland.
Reviewed on 17 Jul 2020
Reviewed on 2 Aug 2020
Travelers to Seattle give high marks for the popular theater scene, shopping, and renowned art. Vibrant and scenic, this city will delight tourists with its museums, parks, and entertainment choices. Top sights in the city include Nordstrom, Pike Place Market, and Space Needle.
Known for its theaters, art, and museums, the city's cultural venues include Museum of Pop Culture, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, and Moore Theater. Attractions like Space Needle, Seattle Great Wheel, and Woodland Park Zoo are fun for kids of all ages. The city is notable for landmarks like Pike Place Market, Columbia Center, and Seattle Center.
In Seattle, there are 1018 hotels and other lodging accommodations so you'll have ample places to choose from for your holiday retreat. Here are highly ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Seattle include Nordstrom, CenturyLink Field, and Safeco Field. Popular places to see around the area include Museum of Glass, 25.7 mi/41.3 km from the heart of the city, and Emerald Downs, which is 20.1 mi (32.3 km) away.
With so many ways to get around, exploring all of Seattle is simple. Nearby metro stations include Westlake Station, Westlake Ave Hub Station, and University Street Station. If you want to journey outside of the area, hop aboard a train from Seattle King Street Station, Tukwila Station, or Edmonds Station.