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Experience Music Project

Experience Music Project

Hey, have you ever noticed the Experience Music Project building? It’s not like it stands out or anything; it’s just nestled bashfully in the shadows of the Space Needle (as pictured above).  Read More 
Gum Wall

Gum Wall

If you’re anything like me, when you stand in front of Post Alley’s gum wall, you’ll be instinctively drawn in two directions: To the nearest drug store for some hand sanitizer A step closer for a better look  Read More 
Space Needle View

View from the Space Needle

We probably take the it for granted, because we get a great view of the landmark all the time. But when was the last time you got a view from the Space Needle?  Read More 
Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

If art is your thing, stop when you see a gigantic “hammering man” sculpture in downtown Seattle. This is the home of the Seattle Art Museum (SAM), housing a world-class collection of art. The museum went through a huge expansion in 2006-2007 into the new building which housed the now defunct Washington Mutual. The expansion …  Read More 
Smith Tower

Smith Tower

While pretty short compared to its more modern neighbors, Smith Tower was Seattle’s first skyscraper built in 1914. The building created quite a sensation when it was built and was one of the four tallest buildings in the world at the time. It retained that notoriety and remained the tallest building west of the Mississippi …  Read More 
Seattle Asian Art Museum

Seattle Asian Art Museum

Located in the heart of Volunteer Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, the Seattle Asian Art Museum houses noteworthy collections of Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Southeast Asian art. If large statues of Buddha, delicate Japanese wall hangings and intricate jade carvings are your thing, then this museum is the place to be. The museum’s Japanese collection …  Read More 
Museum of Flight

The Museum of Flight

Aviation and Seattle have a long history together, with Seattle being the birthplace of Boeing. Located near Boeing Field, The Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world. If you like airplanes, spacecraft or the gutsy history of man’s quests for flight, this is the place to go.  Read More 
Waiting for the Interurban

Waiting for the Interurban

Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood is full of odd and interesting sculptures, such as the Fremont Troll. But one of the most popular is Waiting for the Interurban, which depicts 5 people and a dog waiting for the Interurban rail line which used to connect downtown Seattle with its neighborhoods.  Read More 
Seattle Monorail

Seattle Monorail

Seattle’s most unique and iconic form of transit, the Seattle Monorail, whisks riders from the Space Needle in Seattle Center to the Westlake Center Mall in downtown Seattle. Built for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair to provide a link between the fairgrounds and downtown Seattle, the once futuristic mode of transport has become a major …  Read More 
seattle underground tour

Seattle Underground Tour

One of Seattle’s best known tourist attractions, the Seattle Underground Tour offers visitors a chance to see the unique, subterranean history of Seattle first hand. Part history lesson and part spelunking, the tour guides you through underground passageways that used to be the first-floor storefronts of downtown Seattle businesses in the late 1800’s.  Read More