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Seattle's sixth largest park at 45.2 acres and offers unparalleled views of the Duwamish River, downtown and the Olympic Mountains.
Seattle's sixth largest park at 45.2 acres and offers unparalleled views of the Duwamish River, downtown and the Olympic Mountains. It is the home to the Jefferson Park Golf Course, Jefferson Park driving range, Jefferson Skatepark, tennis courts (lighted), basketball courts, the Jefferson Community Center, Jefferson Lawn Bowling, and Beacon Mountain an ecologically oriented playscape with a water park in the summer..
4101 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
While it may seem a odd location for a modern art gallery, amid the light industrial and retail sprawl the makes up the bulk of Sodo and a stone's throw away from Qwest and Safeco fields, perhaps it isn't after all
Amazing historical movie theater in Columbia City
Great place to see a band play
In the summer the community hosts a Japanese bon odori festival on the street out front
The first Smithsonian affiliate in the Pacific Northwest, this museum features exhibits and programs related to pan-Asian American art, history, and culture as well as historic immersion and neighborhood walking tours
A small park in the center of Chinatown
Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, is one of the finest ballparks in the country
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The Frye Art Museum showcases paintings and sculpture from the 19th century to the present day, built around the private collection bequeathed by Charles and Emma Frye
The Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in the historic Cadillac Hotel building is a museum dedicated to Seattle's role in the Gold Rush