Seattle Waterfront, Downtown Seattle and Seattle, are nearby areas which are also worth exploring.
Coming from here, it’s only less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) to one of the county’s most popular attractions, Space Needle.
Of course, the center of Seattle has many sightseeing opportunities. So, grab your companions and go to the Pike Place Market.
There are some interesting cultural attractions in and around Cascade. Take a tour, admire the building in which it is housed or simply enjoy the beautiful artworks at the Experience Music Project Museum, the Pacific Science Center and the Museum of History and Industry. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as Teatro ZinZanni, Benaroya Hall and Neumos. Acclaimed art galleries, include the Seattle Art Museum, the Frye Art Museum and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Play, laugh and be thoroughly entertained at the areas attractions for children and parents, including the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Seattle Great Wheel and the Center for Wooden Boats. You will love the incredible animal encounters at Seattle Aquarium.
If you are into nature, head to some of the nearby green spaces. These are good spots to relax. Families love to visit places like the Olympic Sculpture Park, Volunteer Park and the Gas Works Park. There is a charming atmosphere here and well-designed garden beds and trees.
Seattle has a number of unique attractions such as Seattle Center, Tillicum Village and Pioneer Square. Learn more about the events of the past by checking out nearby historic sites, such as Smith Tower. See some religious sites such as the Chapel of Saint Ignatius. Admire the beautiful craftsmanship and get a deeper understanding of the religious history of the area.
Browse the boutiques and purchase some original souvenirs in some of the nearby malls and markets such as Pacific Place and Westlake Center.
You’ll find Cascade’s sporting heart at the iconic Safeco Field, the stomping ground of the much-loved Seattle Mariners baseball team in summer. Even on non game days, you can still visit Safeco Field for a a fascinating behind the scenes tour.
At the end of a long day discovering the sights, sounds and smells of Cascade, stay the night at one of the area’s hotels or serviced apartments. The Sheraton Seattle Hotel, the Mediterranean Inn and the Motif Seattle are just three of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.