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Dedicated walking and bicycle path running from Beacon Hill across Rainier Ave to Mount Baker district, Mercer Island and Bellevue..
Dedicated walking and bicycle path running from Beacon Hill across Rainier Ave to Mount Baker district, Mercer Island and Bellevue.
911 Western Avenue #203, Seattle, WA, United States
Benaroya Hall is an aesthetically and acoustically beautiful new concert hall that is home to the Seattle Symphony
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
As its name implies, Pioneer Square is the heart of Seattle and the place where the city's founders settled in 1852, after the settlement at Alki Point on the far side of Elliott Bay
The Seattle Central Library is a dramatic glass and steel structure in the heart of downtown Seattle, designed by Rem Koolhaas
Built in 1914, the Smith Tower was Seattle's first skyscraper and is probably the only tall building left in Seattle where uniformed attendants operate the elevators
The Seattle Great Wheel is a giant Ferris wheel at Pier 57 on Elliott Bay that extends out over the water
This urban park is best known for its four totem poles carved by local artist Duane Pasco
Soaring to a height of 967 feet (295 meters), the Columbia Center is the 4th tallest building in the West Coast and the tallest public observatory in the region
The Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States, dating back to August 1907
The Waterfall Garden Park marks the spot where the United Parcel Service was founded in 1907 by two 19-year olds, James Casey and Claude Ryan