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Seattle’s skyline is instantly recognizable when you see this soaring slender structure, built as a showpiece for the 1962 World’s Fair.
A product of the 1962 World Fair, this cultural precinct is where sports, theater, film and fine dining come together in Seattle.
Climb the steps from the waterfront to discover Seattle’s fresh food hub, the oldest farmers’ market in the U.S.
Explore the waterfront in Seattle with a trip to Bell Street Cruise Terminal at Pier 66. Check out the shops and top-notch restaurants in this vibrant area.
Admire the riotous color of this museum’s exhibits, which feature kaleidoscopic glass sculptures from a renowned local glass artist.
You can enjoy some culture when you stop by Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle. Experience the fascinating museums and acclaimed art scene in this vibrant area.