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Space Needle

Space Needle

4.5/5618 Reviews
Observation Deck
Modern Architecture
Friday to Saturday 9:00 - 23:30 Sunday 9:00 - 23:00 Close 30 minutes before closing Tickets Monday to Thursday: 10:00-23:00, stop ticketing 30 minutes before closing (Local time)
University of Washington

University of Washington

4.7/5359 Reviews
School
Open all day (Local time)
Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture Park

4.4/554 Reviews
City Park
Statue/Sculpture
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
It is safe to say that you are arranging an excursion to Seattle, Washington whenever sooner rather than later? On the off chance that you said yes, and you appreciate historical centers, you should set aside the opportunity to visit Olympic Sculpture Park. The Olympic Sculpture Park is open 365 days a year and affirmation is constantly allowed to the general population. This historical center highlights displays from all over the globe. You can see workmanship from Africa, America, Europe, Japan, Korea and substantially more here. The gathering really contains around 23,000 unique items. Different occasions include: Teen Night Out and even guided visits.
Fremont Troll

Fremont Troll

4.4/580 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Discovery Park

Discovery Park

4.6/519 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Columbia Center

Columbia Center

4.4/523 Reviews
Observation Deck
Modern Architecture
The viewing platform is open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00. (Local time)
The Columbia Center rises 100 meters higher than Seattle's premier attraction, the Space Needle. The city's tallest skyscraper is also the tallest building in the Pacific Northwest, the second tallest building on the West Coast. Views from the top of the building span the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges to the Puget Sound. The construction for this impressive building was finished in 1985. Today it serves as a popular viewing point for the visitors of Seattle.
Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

4.6/516 Reviews
Garden
Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill

4.4/517 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Capitol Hill is a very populated residential district in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is one of the city's most popular nightlife and entertainment districts, and the center of the city's gay culture and counterculture communities.
Kubota Gardens

Kubota Gardens

4.6/513 Reviews
Garden
The Kubota Garden is a wonderful example of what a difference one person can make. Japanese immigrant Fujitaro Kubota came to Seatle in 1907, and began a gardening company in 1923. In 1927, he purchased 5 acres of swampland in Rainier Beach to initiate a traditional Japanese garden and a nursery for his business. A few years later, he bought more land, and expanded the garden. Catastrophe hit for Kubota and the garden during World War II, when Kubota and his loved ones were sent to an internment camp. Kubota and his sons reconstructed their business and restored the garden after being released, and in the coming decades it functioned as a cultural center for the Japanese community in Seattle, as well as a home, office and nursery for Kubota and his family. Kubota tended for the garden himself until his death in 1973. The city of Seattle purchased the gardens from his family in 1987, and its maintenance has been under the parks department ever since.
Seattle Docklands

Seattle Docklands

4.6/5190 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Port/Bay
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)