Olympic Sculputre Park

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A walk in the park can be an artful experience
The Olympic Sculpture Park is open and free to the public 365 days a year! It is a stunning array of sculpture that inhabits 9 acres of free and open… read entire review
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See Seattle and the area by water
Argosy Cruises: (206) 623-1440; argosycruises.com Emerald City Charters: Pier 54; (206) 624-3931; sailingseattle.com Victoria Clipper: Pi… read entire review
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One of the many popular parks in Seattle
Located in northwest Seattle, this popular park offers extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. They have picnic tables and sh… read entire review
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It's not always the destination
There are times that I will hope on a ferry just for the ride and beauty of the sound. As soon as I cross, I'll hop right back on for the return trip.… read entire review
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One of Seattle's favorite parks
Gasworks park is a very popular place for locals and tourists alike. Part of the park is the remnants of the old gasworks. There's a big hill that has… read entire review
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Fremont Solstice Parade
I love the Fremont Solstice Parade. The variety of costumes, puppets, floats, and music make for a great time. Every year, the naked bike riders al… read entire review
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Have a few days? Take one of these side trips when visiting Seattle
Winthrop: Getting there: 200-mile drive See & do: Small Western-themed town, shops, restaurants, galleries, balloon rides, hiking, biking, rhythm … read entire review
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These are the Must-See museums in Seattle
Seattle Art Museum: 1300 First Ave.; (206) 654-3100; seattleartmuseum.org A recent renovation has added 118,000 square feet of gallery space. It b… read entire review
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A great place to visit...and to volunteer
I like to go to Woodland Park Zoo to get some exercise. I also like to take my camera and get some pictures. After doing this a few years, I decided t… read entire review
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Not quite worth the money unless you're a plane freak
I went to the Museum of Flight with my husband and a group of Seattle Mountaineers, mainly to take photos. We had special permission, so we could use … read entire review
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Tails, Mushrooms, Beaches & a Light House
Discovery Park is a 534 acre natural area park operated by the Seattle Parks and Recreation. It is the largest city park in Seattle, and occupies most… read entire review
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Popular things to do in the Seattle/Puget Sound area
Argosy Cruises: Pier 55, 1101 Alaskan Way; (206) 623-1445; www.argosycruises.com Harbor, lakes and locks, cruises featuring history and facts, sce… read entire review
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What can you see/do in each neighborhood of Seattle?
Downtown: Seattle's downtown combines everything that makes the city interesting and exciting. It's a mix of boutique shops, department stores, and g… read entire review
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Things every visitor must do before leaving Seattle
Ride The Space Needle: Seattle Center, 400 Broad St.; (206) 905-2100; www.spaceneedle.com A 43-second elevator ride takes you up 520 feet to the o… read entire review
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Things to do when it's raining in Seattle
Experience Music Project: Seattle Center; 325 Fifth Ave. N.; (206) 367-5483; emplive.org From its improbable shape to the interactive exhibits tha… read entire review
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Places to visit that will interest your kids
The Children's Museum: Seattle Center; 305 Harrison St.; (206) 441-1768; thechildrensmuseum.org Children explore familiar places from their own ne… read entire review
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Places to go outside of the Seattle city limits
Bainbridge Island: Getting there: 35 minutes by ferry See & do: Restaurants, shops, galleries, public art, museums, theater, gardens, markets, par… read entire review
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Tours you can take in Seattle
Chinatown Discovery Tours: 407 Seventh Ave. S.; (206) 623-5124; seattlechinatowntour.com Customize your visit to one of Seattle's most fascinating… read entire review
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