Hiking Seattle Reviews
Jun 15, 2007
If you and your family are outdoorsy people, I'd look at hiking, like Tiger Mountain in Issaquah, or there's Mt. Si, Mt. Pilchuk, about an hour's drive away. You can also venture out to the Olympic mountains where there is the only rainforest in the 48 states. Also, you can take the ferry across to Vancouver.
There's also Pike's Place, where you can see them throw the fish and the first Starbucks...and also a great view. It's a large (possibly overpriced) marketplace where you can buy items and experience the food there.
There's also the EMP (Experience Music Project) by the Space Needle, which is a museum for Music related things.
And if you are into history, the Underground Tour in Pioneer Square about the founding of Seattle and a tour of underground Seattle.
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