12 Best Places to Visit in Seattle, USA

Published by Anil Patil

USA Travel

1. Space Needle

The Space Needle is a 605-foot-tall tower famous for its views and symbolism. It was built in 1962 for the World’s Fair as the symbol of technology.

2. Pike Place Market

Pike Place is one of the oldest operating farmers markets in the country. This market lures 10 million visitors every year because of its unique tradition and culture.

3. Chihuly Garden and Glass

Chihuly Garden and Glass demonstrate the world-famous glass artist Dale Chihuly. This showcases an exhibition hall with eight galleries and a garden. This place has a deep history and inspiration behind the art.

4. Museum of Pop Culture

Founded by Microsoft co-owner Allen in the year 2000, it's the home of pop culture experience. It’s built for the people to express their creativity and to have a strong community.

5. Seattle Art Museum

This is one of the oldest museums in the country, it contains 25,000 works of art from around the world. It has a wide range of art collections of global cultures and historical events.

6. Ballard Locks

Lake Washington Ship Canal and Hiram M. Chittenden Locks were made in 1917 and the complex lock is part of Seattle’s lake. This was created to prevent the water from mixing with the fresh water of lakes.

7. Discovery Park

Discovery Park is one of the best places to enjoy wildlife and breathe fresh air in nature. This place has a checklist of 270 species of birds in the park which can be seen.

8.  Fremont

Fremont is one of the best places to live in Washington. Living in Fremont can offer you a chance to feel urban life where people are liberal and have diverse cultures.

9. Gas Works Park

Gas Works Park is a public park which is situated in the former gas light company. It is the sole remaining of the coal gasification in the United States.

10. Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park spans 92 acres of land in which there are 1000 animals from 300 different species. This zoo also has 92000 plants which represent nearly 1000 different species.

11. Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium is the ninth-largest aquarium in the world and it is also in the top five paid visitor attractions. It has a nearly 400-gallon habitat which is filled by hundreds of Puget Sound fishes.

12. Kerry Park

Kelly Park is a public park in Seattle, this park is not that gigantic in space but with 1.26 acres of space, it is very traditional. This park was named after Albert S. Kerry and his wife Katharine.