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Space Needle
671 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Observation Deck
The iconic landmark left by the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle comprises the most recognizable feature of one of the most famous skylines in the world. Climb to the top for 360 views of Seattle and get your souvenirs at the gift shop on the bottom floor. The rotating restaurant, Skyline, serves up dizzying dishes and a rare experience.
University of Washington
405 Reviews
The University of Washington is Washington State’s university system, comprised of three campuses in Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell. "The University of Washington" is generally used to denote the Seattle campus, which is the oldest public university on the west coast and widely considered one of the best public institutions in the country. The school sits on a beautiful piece of land that offers views of two bays and two mountain ranges. Mt. Shasta is visible from many points on campus. Sports are a dominant part of life at the school, with men’s football and basketball drawing huge crowds and alumni support. The university has dedicated itself to sustainable practices, and currently ranks in the top fifteen most sustainable universities.
341 Reviews
Coffee Shop
American Starbucks Coffee is a very famous coffee chain. If you want to taste the authentic Starbucks, you must come to the first Starbucks store in Seattle. Starbucks originated in Seattle. In the 1970s, the first Starbucks opened in the Pike Market. The name was derived from Herman Melville's novel The Great White Whale, which depicts the 19th century whaling story.
Pike Place Market
292 Reviews
Pike Place Market is a long-established farmer's market in the United States. It not only supplies a variety of local fresh fruits and vegetables and seafood, but also attracts numerous artisans and street performers. Here, you can see the spectacular Alaska King Crab, enjoy the lively "fish throwing show," or stroll through the beautiful old retro streets.