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Things to do in Seattle

  • Januik Winery

    Visitors can try some of Washington's best Syrahs in a starkly modern, 33,000-square-foot facility that includes a full-time kitchen staff, wine-ta... More
  • Jaywalk

    The tiny spot is crammed with curios - mosaic wall hangings, stone sculptures - that are produced locally by working artists or imaginative moonlig... More
  • Jefferson County Historical Society

    Since 1951, this brick-faced Port Townsend museum in this historic district has welcomed visitors to what was once a City Hall court room. Exhibits... More
  • Jones Creek Farms

    Orchardist Les Price grows an incredibly diverse crop in this "backyard region" of Seattle—some 150 varieties on just four acres. Price attributes ... More
  • Juniper

    Despite its minimalist décor, there’s a warm-and-fuzzy feeling about this eco-chic women’s wear shop (the warm greeting you’ll get from both the sh... More
  • Kenmore Air

    Founded in 1946 by three high school buddies, this still locally owned seaplane operation has a fleet of 25 aircrafts performing seasonal, schedule... More
  • King's Hardware

    King’s Hardware, a beer bar that serves some of the best burgers in town, attracts a young, fun-loving crowd. Inside, the weathered brick and wood-... More
  • Kirk Albert Vintage Furnishings

    This Georgetown decor shop sells cool collector furniture and one-of-a-kind and found objects. Devoted hunter and gatherer Kirk Albert scours the c... More
  • Kopachuk State Park

    Paddle out to tiny Cutts Island, keeping an eye out for seals; later, wind down the day with a beach stroll on Kopachuk’s shore, looking for sand d... More
  • Madrona

    This quiet community is regarded by its residents as a small town within Seattle. Named after a species of tree common to the area, Madrona’s motto... More
  • McLeod Residence

    Don't miss this gallery-lounge where you can grab a nightcap and bone up on the latest electronic art. More
  • Minglement

    Minglement has been serving Vashon Island’s hale and hearty since 1974. Today the organic food emporium carries an array of local produce, heirloom... More
  • Mona's Bistro and Lounge

    Dark-wood booths, wine-red walls, and candlelight combine to create a dark and intimate vibe in this Green Lake bistro and lounge. Regulars listen ... More
  • Museum of Glass

    Visitors can watch molten glass creations being blown in the Museum of Glass’s (MOG) Hot Shop, a 90-foot stainless steel cone and working studio. T... More

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