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Rachel the Pig at Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

We’re just going to start out by stating the obvious. Whether you’re a long-time Seattleite or it’s your first time visiting, you need to spend some quality time at the Pike Place Market. It’s one of the most recognizable–and coolest–locations in the city.  Read More 
The Fremont Troll

The Fremont Troll

Something ominous lurks under Seattle’s most impressive bridge. Under the north end of the Aurora Bridge lives the Fremont Troll, a giant concrete public art work that is holding an actual Volkwagen Beetle in its large grip.  Read More 
Ferry in front of downtown Seattle

Ride a Ferry

Seattle has the largest ferry system in the United States, carrying over 23 million riders and 10 million cars back and forth across Puget Sound each year. Many people use the ferries as part of their daily commute to work, which is definitely a relaxing alternative to traffic gridlock that landlubbers face in most cities. …  Read More 
Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls

Just a little over 30 minutes east of Seattle is one of the area’s most popular scenic attractions, Snoqualmie Falls. The waterfall on the Snoqualmie River is 268 ft tall, and gained a sort of cult status for its mention in the television series Twin Peaks. Most of the river is diverted here into the …  Read More 
Ballard Locks

Ballard Locks

Up and down go the boats! Just north of downtown Seattle is the Ballard Locks, officially named the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, a series of locks that join the freshwater Lake Union and Lake Washington to the saltwater Puget Sound. The locks maintain the water levels on both sides and raise and lower boats that …  Read More 
Ride the Ducks

Ride the Ducks

There are many cities in this country that are lucky enough to be located near the water. Only the best of the best, however, can claim to have one extra-special thing: Amphibious Vehicle Tours. Better known as Ride the Ducks.  Read More 
Fishermens Terminal - Seattle

Fishermen’s Terminal

Just west of the Ballard Bridge in Seattle is Fishermen’s Terminal, home to a large fleet of commercial fishing vessels that regularly ply the waters of the Puget Sound and Alaska. The marina is popular with ocean-going boats, as it provides a calm, fresh-water port and is right outside of downtown Seattle. If you are …  Read More 
Original Starbucks

Original Starbucks

Looking to pay homage to the source of your latte habit? Seatte’s Starbucks has become ubiquitous throughout the world, with coffee shops in such unexpected locations as the Forbidden City in Beijing.  Read More 
MITS Altair 8800

Seattle Tech Tour

There is no doubt that Seattle is a tech town. Seattle’s is the birthplace of such technology giants as Microsoft, Amazon.com and AT&T Wireless. Companies like Nintendo have also made Seattle their North American home.  Read More 
Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village is a Seattle tourist destination that highlights the Northwest Coast Native Americans and gives a glimpse into their culture. While on the touristy side, a trip to Tillicum Village does provide a variety of fun and interesting experiences and a tasty traditional Northwest meal.  Read More