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Things to do in Seattle

  • Foraged and Found Edibles

    Since 2001, Jeremy Faber, a trained chef, has been bringing wild foods to Seattle-area farmer’s markets, including the Saturday-morning, University... More
  • Fort Casey State Park

    See the park's lighthouse and artillery units from the 1890s or fly kites on the parade field. More
  • Fort Ebey State Park

    Day-trippers head 25 miles north of Seattle to Whidbey Island, where beaches, nature, and wildlife abound. For panoramic views of the Olympic Mount... More
  • Fort Worden

    Located along Admiralty Inlet, this 433-acre stretch of land once served as an active army installation and then a juvenile detention facility befo... More
  • Foster/White Gallery

    The work of the Pacific Northwest’s best artists—including glass masters Dale Chihuly and Benjamin Moore, and founders of the Northwest School of p... More
  • Frye Art Museum

    Although it doesn’t get the same hype as the Seattle Art Museum (especially given the SAM’s lavish reopening in early 2007), the Frye’s intimate, o... More
  • Fu Kun Wu

    Located upstairs from Ballard’s Thaiku, Fu Kun Wu is both secretive and sensual. Originally a Chinese apothecary upstairs with an opium den below, ... More
  • Gig Harbor Rent-a-Boat

    For an aquatic perspective of Gig Harbor, rent a kayak, canoe, paddleboat, or powerboat. For more surefooted types, there's also the relatively new... More
  • Glassybaby

    Hand-blown glass votives are the only thing for sale at this 5,700-square-foot studio/boutique in the Madrona neighborhood. Founder Lee Rhodes disc... More
  • Harlequin Productions

    Harlequin Productions draws theatergoers to its unconventional shows here. More
  • Hazlewood

    This diminutive little bar in Ballard truly is teensy with just a handful of stools and minimal standing room on the main floor. Nonetheless, patro... More
  • Hitchcock

    Located on the neighborhood's main drag, Hitchcock Madrona demands repeat visits since owners Erica Nelson-Sheehan and Dustin Nelson (who are cousi... More
  • Honeychurch Antiques

    Serious collectors of Asian antiques come from far and wide to visit Honeychurch; the shop has a long and vaunted history with origins in Hong Kong... More
  • Iron Horse Trail

    Bring a flashlight on the Iron Horse Trail, which parallels old railroad tracks and includes a tunnel that goes underneath the pass. More
  • Isadora's

    The handmade custom-created vintage wedding gowns at Isadora’s, based on bias-cut designs from the 1930’s, draw brides-to-be from all over the coun... More

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