Things to do in Seattle
Gas Works Park. A fascinating city park! Kerry Park. Other Great Outdoors. Discovery Park. Well, you will need to hike. Prepare a half day for this adventure. Park your car in the south lot, walk along the bluff and enjoy some of the best views in Seattle. Then get into the woods to feel a true PNW forest. Chihuly Garden and Glass. The larger than life displays are great for all ages. Canal Lock. Ballard Hiram M.
Chittenden Locks. Museum of Pop Culture. Golden Gardens Park. Yes, a hot dog. Every New Yorker knows a pizza slice is the best way to end a night on the town. But every Seattleite knows a night isn't complete without a stop by the local hotdog cart. For a true Seattle experience, make sure to pack on the cream cheese.
Come rocking your chicest flannel and trek to Sun Liquor on Capitol Hill. Here you'll find handcrafted adult beverages — like the Mai Tai, of course — that can turn any rainy day sunny in no time. What's scarier than a bar without PBR? A ghost-guided tour in Pioneer Square, where you can learn about Seattle's spooky history from a Pioneer Square pro.
A perfect day-escape — where you can a find solace, and b do yoga on a paddleboard amongst quinoa-eating yuppies. No trip to Seattle is complete without a few drinks and a fun ride. Take a spin on the South Lake Union Trolley for a scenic tram ride. For a high you won't forget, head to Myrtle Edwards Park for swimming, picnic spots, and Seattle's annual Hempfest.
Looking for a great view of the the beloved Seahawk's Stadium? Befriend a resident of Stadium Place for a shot that dreams are made of. We incorrectly said it was free in a previous version of this post, but we still think the view is worth it! Posted on January 19, , GMT. BuzzFeed Contributor. View this photo on Instagram.
The Wedgwood Rock.
A parking meter wearing a tie. The oldest building in Seattle it's by the Capitol Hill Goodwill.
A ground-level mailbox in Georgetown maybe a mailbox for dogs?! The terra-cotta on a West Roy Street apartment building. One confident duck. Your Voice Matters! Writers at all stages of their works in progress can read in front of a supportive audience at this open mic. Cami Ostman of the Narrative Project will host. Ravenna, free. Monster Mash Dash 5k Have a graveyard smash in your Halloween costume at this family-friendly 5K dash.
Bring your own cup and saucer.
15 Best Things to Do in Seattle
Chinatown-International District, free. Watch her at work at this demo, which also has a hands-on component, and get a copy of the book signed. Sodo, free. Inscape Open House The former U. Immigration and Naturalization Service building was turned into artist studios.