8 Things to Do in Seattle, WA

1.Seattle Center & the Space Needle-Seattle Center, along with its iconic Space Needle and the 
Monorail, was originally built for the 1962 World's Fair. 

2.Pike Place Market-Vendors offer a wide range of wares for sale on the two floors of the picturesque Pike Place Market. This busy area near the waterfront .

3.Discovery Park-Discovery Park covers nearly 550 acres and is the largest park in the city, and one of the top beaches in Seattle. It's located on a point protruding into the sound.

4.Chihuly Garden and Glass-The Chihuly Garden and Glass is one of Seattle's best museums and is located within the Seattle Center. The collections and exhibits here display.

5.Go Underground in the Pioneer Square Historic District-Marked with a 60-foot totem pole, Pioneer Square is the city's historic heart. Among the Victorian-era buildings.

6.Learn about Puget Sound at the Seattle Aquarium-The non-profit Seattle Aquarium operates right on the downtown waterfront, just a short walk from the Seattle Great Wheel.

7.Woodland Park Zoo-Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo is a 92-acre facility with many threatened and endangered species from around the globe. Immensely popular with families.

8.MOHAI: The Museum of History & Industry-The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) celebrates Seattle's position as a leader in innovation and industry.