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South Lake Union is served by the South Lake Union Streetcar, which runs from the Westlake Center in Downtown to Lake Union.
South Lake Union is served by the South Lake Union Streetcar, which runs from the Westlake Center in Downtown to Lake Union. The streetcar was initially announced as the 'South Lake Union Trolley', until the developer realized the unfortunate acronym — which is still used by many residents. Local coffee shop Inner Chapters on Fairview Avenue sells T-shirts that say, 'Ride the S.L.U.T.'.
S Lake Union Streetcar, Seattle, WA, USA
The South Lake Union Discovery Center offers an introduction to the neighborhood, with displays explaining the history of South Lake Union
Spread over 12 acres at the south end of Lake Union, the park is home to the Center for Wooden Boats, and the Museum of History and Industry
The Center for Wooden Boats is an interesting museum where you can learn about maritime culture of the Pacific North-west, and experience sailing traditional wooden boats
The Museum of History and Industry at the historic Naval Reserve Armory in Lake Union Park explores the history of Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region from pre-European settlement through the rise of today's major local companies such as Boeing, Microsoft and Amazon through exhibitions and interactives
The Northwest Seaport - Maritime Heritage Center is dedicated to the maritime heritage of Puget Sound and the Northwest Coast
Gameworks is a chain gaming store for people to have fun
The Tilikum Place Park is home to the famous statue of Chief Seattle
Benaroya Hall is an aesthetically and acoustically beautiful new concert hall that is home to the Seattle Symphony
The Washington State Convention Center is a major events and entertainment venue, straddling the I-5 freeway on the east side of Downtown
The museum's recent physical expansion, coupled with an aggressive campaign to expand the collection, now displays an good overview assortment of art from around the world