- 1Perhaps the most well-known and iconic figure in Seattle, the Space Needle towers along the skyline at 605 feet high. The 200 Seat revolving restaurant at the top of the Space Needle aka Sky City makes one revolution every hour and is a great place to catch a panoramic view of the city.
Olympic Sculpture ParkThis public park opened in January 2007. It provides aesthetic views of the Seattle landscape as well as offers a great opportunity to witness sculptures and architecture within its 9 acre range. The most well-known pieces of artwork inside Olympic Sculpture Park are the Eagle and Neukom Vivarium.
- 3The Pike Place Market is found on the Seattle Waterfront and has been open since 1907. Within the confines of the Pike Place Market you'll find the first Starbucks which has since transformed into one of the largest corporate coffee shops in the world. If you're looking for fresh fish or some souvenirs, the Pike Place Market is the spot for you.
- 4The Seattle Aquarium is home to six large exhibits including a touch-based exhibit knowns as Life on Edge which extends into Elliot Bay. The Seattle Aquarium is the 9th largest aquarium in the United States according to attendance and has been in operation since 1977. Roughly 800,000 visitors a year come to visit the Seattle Aquarium.
Discovery ParkThis 534 acre park is a city favorite for hiking and taking in the scenery.
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