When it was built in 1914, this 42-story downtown tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. In 1962, the ... More
When it was built in 1914, this 42-story downtown tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. In 1962, the 605-foot Space Needle outreached it, and for many years afterwards, the Seattle skyline was bracketed by these two spires. Today Smith Tower with its many windows and ornate pyramid top is still a beloved Seattle edifice. Anybody can waltz in to take an old-fashioned ride in one of the eight brass-caged, manually operated elevators. The 35th floor observation deck has lovely views.
The EMP museum creates one of the most interesting stops in Seattle. It is a 140,000 square foot music museum
at the Seattle Center. The museum takes visitors through music history by immersing them in nearly 80,000 artifacts including ...
Although Discovery Park has a beach, it is not a prime spot for sunbathing or swimming as the water's a
little cold and the beach a little rocky. Most visitors hike the miles of trails, which offer great bird ...
Volunteer Park displays the Olmsted brothers' late Victorian urban style of park design. Vistas of rolling lawns, carefully clumped shrubbery,
tree lined drives and carp ponds almost make you feel like you're strolling with top hat and cane in ...
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