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It's in Seattle, a terrific destination that is home to 600,000 people. Landing at Seattle - Tacoma International Airport? Grab your luggage, travel 15 miles north and you'll be in Fremont. Upon arrival, you'll be just 3 miles from the city center.
Are you ready to go sightseeing? National Archives at Seattle and Sand Point Country Club are excellent if you'd rather not stray far. Matthews Beach Park and Madison Park Beach are also recommended by visitors and locals. Another idea is to head down to a local community, such as Wallingford or Queen Anne.
Pike Place Market is one of the country's best known icons, and it's only 3 miles away.
Make sure you spend some time at University of Washington and Columbia Center while you're exploring the central area. Washington State Convention Center and Seattle Center are a few more options.
Looking to blow off some steam? Exciting stops include El Corazon, Original Starbucks and Fremont Brewing.
Broaden your understanding of the region at Henry Art Gallery, Foster/White Gallery, Greg Kucera Gallery and Roq La Rue. These cultural attractions are not to be missed!
Head over to see the interesting collections at Seattle Asian Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum and Chihuly Garden and Glass. These are some great places to meet other art enthusiasts.
If it's cold and rainy, check for group tours and special events at Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle Pinball Museum and Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
Catch a live show at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, Neptune Theater, Neumos and Theatre Off Jackson. You'll want to book your tickets right away.
Suzzallo Library, Seattle Public Library, Seattle Aquarium and Seattle Children's Museum are some family-friendly attractions. Keep the little travelers engaged while you rest your legs.
Game Works, Seattle Great Wheel, Queen Anne Pool and Carkeek Park are places where the little ones can run wild for the afternoon.
Those who love nature will appreciate the outdoor areas of Freeway Park, Ballard Locks Fish Ladder, Foster Island and Interlaken Park.
Get your heart moving at a nearby reserve, such as Seattle Japanese Garden, Volunteer Park Conservatory and Blake Island State Park. Bring your camera to capture pictures of the local wildlife.
Stroll by the trees, get lost in a good book and listen to the birdsong at Viretta Park, Washington Park Arboretum, Ravenna Park and The Quad.
Do you love spending a day by the water? If so, you have to go to UW Waterfront Activities Center and Green Lake Small Craft Center.
Looking for souvenirs of your trip? University Village, Scarecrow Video, Northgate Mall and Grand Central Arcade should have everything you need and more!
Drumheller Fountain, Red Square, Temple de Hirsch Sinai and Lake View Cemetery - Bruce Lee's Grave can give you a glimpse into the region's past.
Sacred places, such as University Unitarian Church, Mount Zion Baptist Church, St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church and St. Joseph Parish, can provide you with a better understanding of the region's religious side. Relax in the calm atmosphere and take some time to think.
Show off the team colors, get some snacks and let the good times roll as the Seattle Mariners play against their opponents at Safeco Field. Sports lovers also have the chance to snoop around the locker rooms and visit the VIP boxes when they sign up for a behind-the-scenes tour.
Fremont is well-loved by tourists, and boasts a nice assortment of accommodation options. Expedia's Fremont lodging guide is your go-to place.
The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, at 99 Union St, and the Seattle Marriott Waterfront, at 2100 Alaskan Way, are both good examples of higer ranking hotels in Fremont. If you're hoping to find somewhere that doesn't break the bank, the Best Western Plus Pioneer Square Hotel, 77 Yesler Way, or the Ballard Inn, 5300 Ballard Ave NW, may better suit your requirements.
No visit to Fremont is truly complete without a visit to Space Needle. If your time is here is short and you'd prefer to stay close to this iconic attraction, the Hotel Andra and The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel are both nearby.