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King Street Station
Welcome to carefree, caffeinated Seattle, WA. Take in a deep breath—that's saltwater and roasting coffee beans filling your nostrils. Now follow your nose for adventure—and this helpful page—to get the most out of your visit to this seafaring city. Whether it's professional sports, music, nature, shopping or general sightseeing that brings you to the Emerald City, we've included some of the highlights here.
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A trip to Seattle isn't complete without a visit to the famous Pike Place Market, a massive farmers market overlooking Elliott Bay.
Catch live pro football with the Seattle Seahawks or soccer with Sounders FC.
Experience the excitement of Major League Baseball with the Seattle Mariners.
Home to the Space Needle, Pacific Science Center and Experience Music Project (EMP), the Seattle Center is a popular destination for tourists.
Seattle's historic Pioneer Square District features 88 acres of beautifully restored architectural masterpieces. It's also home to the Klondike Gold Rush Museum and Seattle Underground tours.
In addition to breathtaking views of Elliott Bay, the waterfront features the Seattle Aquarium, the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park, and shops and restaurants. Jump on a Washington State Ferry to the San Juan Islands or other local Puget Sound destinations. Catch the Victoria Clipper to Canada. Grab a cup of chowder at Ivar's and enjoy this uniquely Seattle experience.
A taste of lively beach life in the Northwest, Alki Beach is popular for volleyball, sea kayaking, wind sports, scuba diving, or just people watching while strolling along the boardwalk.
Lurking under the north end of the Aurora Bridge is a colossal statue of a troll clutching a Volkswagen Beetle.
Seattle's Chinatown-International District is the only neighborhood in America where Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese and Southeast Asians live and work together, side-by-side. Be sure to visit the flagship Uwajimaya Asian Food and Gift Market.
One of the best views in Seattle can be experienced in the women's restroom (sorry, guys) on the top floor of the Columbia Center in Pioneer Square.
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