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The Tilikum Place Park is home to the famous statue of Chief Seattle.
The Tilikum Place Park is home to the famous statue of Chief Seattle. Sit in the park in the 5 Point Cafe's outdoor seating and enjoy views of the Space Needle, and watch the monorail go by.
415 Cedar Street, Seattle, WA, United States
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