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Things to do in Seattle

  • North Cascades National Park

    Fifty miles from Bellingham on the Canadian border is a picture-postcard Pacific Northwest landscape of sawtooth mountains slung with hammocks of s... More
  • Northwest Film Forum

    Two local filmmakers started this nonprofit in 1995 to provide resources for the region’s struggling film artists. Several expansions later, NWFF i... More
  • Northwest Outdoor Center

    Hard-core kayakers head for the islands of Puget Sound, but more casual paddlers can explore plenty of gorgeous waterways right within Seattle’s ci... More
  • Novelty Hill

    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
  • Oddfellows Café & Bar

    The Pike/Pine corridor is home to this popular café-bar-restaurant that opens early and stays up late. With timeworn wood floors and exposed brick,... More
  • Olympia Farmers Market

    Between April and December, beekeepers, artisans, and local organic farmers gather here to sell their wares. More
  • Olympic National Park

    Designated by Congress in 1938, mammoth and mountainous park stretches across rugged Pacific coast and lush interior old-growth forests. Daylong ex... More
  • Olympic Sculpture Park

    This nine-acre waterfront spread is arguably the most gorgeous addition to the Seattle Art Museum (it even outshines the recently renovated main mu... More
  • Pike Place Market

    A must-see for every first-time Seattle visitor, this indoor farmers’ market of more than 200 stalls is also a crucial hub for most of the city’s r... More
  • Pike/Pine Corridor

    The Pike/Pine corridor in Seattle runs from Interstate 5 to 15th Ave E and is named after the two parallel commercial strips that form it. The corr... More
  • Portalis

    Located in Ballard, Portalis Wine Shop and Bar is frequented by Seattle’s most discerning food and wine aficionados, especially right after the nea... More
  • Procession of the Species

    Every Earth Day, the Procession of the Species parade, with participants colorfully dressed as birds, turtles, killer whales and more, weaves throu... More
  • Pulp Lab

    A combination gallery/shop/"culture incubator," Pulp Lab's retail outlet is an offshoot of proprietress Kate Pawlicki's NY-Seattle creative agency.... More
  • REI

    Given that Seattle is filled with hikers, kayakers, and cyclists, it only makes sense that the city is home to the mother of all outdoor stores. RE... More
  • Retrofit Home

    Although Retrofit Home specializes contemporary home furnishings, the Capitol Hill store also sells transitional and mid-Century modern furniture. ... More

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