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Things to do in Washington

  • Bloedel Reserve

    This 150-acre preserve at the northern tip of Bainbridge Island (35 minutes by ferry from Seattle) is a mix of pristine second-growth forest and me... More
  • Bop Street Records

    Vinyl rules at this temple to the LP, EP, 45, and 33. Located in the Salmon Bay neighborhood, this cavernous superstore boasts a collection of 650,... More
  • Breadfarm

  • Bricco della Regina Anna

    Giving a moneyed, early-to-bed neighborhood a reason to stay up late, this charming candlelit wine bar draws older couples on their way to the symp... More
  • Capitol Campus

    There’s no way to miss the Capitol Campus—you can see its regal, domed legislative building from almost everywhere in the city. Take a guided tour,... More
  • Centennial Trail

    Pedal the western segment of the Centennial Trail to Nine Mile Falls. More
  • Century Ballroom and Café

    Take a 2,000 foot dance floor, add a full bar and restaurant, place them in the Pike/Pine district, and you've got Century Ballroom and Cafe. Sea... More
  • Chapel

    Mortuary-turned-minimalist cocktail lounge More
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle

    The Provençal-style castle on 87-acres was built by Washington's second-largest wine producer. More
  • Chefshop.com retail outlet

    This West Queen Anne shop is the retail storefront (and headquarters) of the sustainability-minded foodie E-tailer. It channels that familiar gourm... More
  • Clare Seyer

    Years as agent: 21. Other specialty: Italian countryside. Consulting fee: From $300. clareseyer@yahoo.com More
  • Clyde Theater

    The Clyde Theatre, a 1937 movie house, screens the classics. More
  • Coffee & Art

    Named after the 1920's phonograph, Victrola Coffee Roasters celebrates the exuberant zeitgeist of this bygone era at its three Seattle locations. T... More
  • Columbia Hills State Park

    Hike the trails at Columbia Hills State Park, keeping an eye out for petroglyphs. More
  • Columbia National Wildlife Refuge

    In between golden eagle and yellow-headed blackbird sightings, keep an eye out for beavers, moose, and coyotes. You can canoe or kayak the estuary ... More

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