A 2.5 mile long sandy beach, Alki Beach attracts people who want the enjoy the sun, play beach games and possibly refresh themselves in the cool waters of Puget Sound.
Ballard Locks are fun for the whole family! Watch the boats pass through the locks, see the salmon up close as they travel through the fish ladder and enjoy the beauty of the local botanical garden.
Come and explore the culturally diverse Chinatown International District. From eclectic shops and family friendly parks to an incredible foodie scene, don’t pass by this neighborhood!
A former industrial area turned public park, the Gas Works Park offers visitors a children’s playground, picnic areas and astonishing views of Lake Union.
Designed to be a friend of the environment, Seattle’s central waterfront is continuing its transformation into vibrant parks and welcoming public spaces with views of Elliott Bay.
Kerry Park has some of the best view Seattle has to offer. Visitors see the city skyline, Space Needle and if the weather is right, Mount Rainier!
Want to escape the city center for a little while? Lake Union Park is a unique uban gem that celebrates cultural and maritime history.
Soaring at over 14,000 feet in elevation, on clear days, Mount Rainier can be seen from downtown Seattle. It is the tallest mountain in Washington State.
Free for visitors, the 9-acre Olympic Sculpture Park is home to monumental artworks both permanent and temporary pieces from a variety of artists.
Pike Place Market is Seattle’s original Farmer’s Market. Locals and Visitors alike enjoy spending time exploring the shops.