Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, Lincoln Park in many respects is the ultimate archetype of a Seattle ... More
Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, Lincoln Park in many respects is the ultimate archetype of a Seattle park. Big but not too big, woodsy but not too densely forested, everything is just right. The beach is perfect for exploring, the meadows just right for Frisbee and the picnic areas nicely sheltered. And, Colman Pool—open only during summer lets you experience the salty waters of Puget Sound without the icy temperatures or the filth. If that doesn't provide waves enough, walk out of the park to the south and hop the ferryboat for a scenic 15-minute ride over to Vashon Island.
Gas Works Park is an example of urban renewal at its best. Take an old gas processing plant that has
outlived its usefulness, and transform it into something everyone can enjoy. Located on the north shore of Lake Union, ...
With numerous fun but tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, it's no wonder even natives visit
Seattle Waterfront. The views are spectacular, the Bainbridge Island ferry leaves from Colman Dock, and the popular Summer Nights ...
Built for the 1962 World Expo, Space Needles distinctive structure, rising 600 plus feet above Seattle Center, has since become
Seattle's most famous landmark. Come take in the 360 degree view of mountains, Elliott Bay, and Seattle neighborhoods. Stock ...
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