Pike Place Market
Famous outdoor market selling everything from fish to beautiful flower arrangements to bespoke clothes. It's also got some of Seattle's famous tourist attractions like the Gum Wall and the original Starbucks. 

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Snoqualmie Falls
At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, and the famous 270 foot waterfall. The free viewing area (and free parking!) is open from dawn until dusk. 

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Pacific Science Center
In the heart of Downtown, with great exhibits and an IMAX theater. There is an area with small rides, a merry-go-round, and arcades adjacent just outside.

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Space Needle
View our beautiful city from over 600 feet above ground on this famous observation tower built for the World Fair in 1962. During the day you can spy the mountains, and at night you can see Seattle lit up!

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Museum of Flight (Boeing) 
Take a tour of where airplanes are made in the largest building on Earth!

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Family Fun Center

Though a bit of a drive, Family Fun Center is full of entertainment: laser tag, mini golf, arcades, go-karting, bumper boats, and more!


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A 3-mile-long pathway bordering this pretty lake is open for a stroll or a bike ride. Boating and paddle boarding is available as well as a large picnic area. 

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Alki Beach

Stunning sandy beach with views of Downtown, and a pathway to stroll or bike around (rentals are available). There are restaurants and bars across the street.

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