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Leave your wallet in the hotel room. It's possible to entertain yourself in Puget Sound without handing over a cent.
Golden Gardens Park - You'll love this place if you're looking to let go and join in on the fun.
Shoreline Community College - If you're an admirer of modern-day design and architecture, add this attraction to your sightseeing list.
West Point Lighthouse - Come to grips with some of the history of the region through this attraction.
Shilshole Bay Marina - See for yourself why visitors and locals alike are drawn to the atmosphere of this place.
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks - Get out of life's fast lane and spend a bit of time relaxing beside the water.
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center - Pay a visit and learn about the significance of this place to the community.
Sakya Monastery - Do a little quiet contemplation and find out a thing or two about this site's religious importance.
Golden Gardens Park - Prepare a picnic and enjoy a leisurely stroll around the trees and shrubs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What to do in Puget Sound on a sunny day?
What to do in Puget Sound on a rainy day?
What is Puget Sound famous for?
Pike Place Market and Space Needle should be at the top of your list of things to see in Puget Sound.
What should I not miss in Puget Sound?
Put these attractions toward the top of your sightseeing list to get the most out of your visit:
- University of Washington
- T-Mobile Park
- Lumen Field
- Seattle Center
Are there cheap things to do in Puget Sound?
If you're on a tight budget, consider adding these thrifty experiences to your agenda:
What can you do in Puget Sound for free?
You'll hardly have time to grab your wallet out of your pocket with so many great free attractions:
- Pike Place Market
- Seattle Center
- Northgate Mall
- Seattle Waterfront