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  • 1.

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    410 130th Ave SE

    Kelsey Creek Park and Farm, a sedate 150-acre park is a favorite with kids not only for the grass, sand and slides, but also for its resident population of pigs, chickens ...

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    575 Bellevue Sq

    Bellevue Square, the Northwest's premier shopping destination, features more than 200 of the nation's finest stores and local boutiques, including Nordstrom, The Bon ...

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    1201 96th Ave SE

    On the tumbling slopes of one of Bellevue's older residential neighborhoods, Chism Beach Park combines a lake beach with winding roads and hilly ...

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    4400 Lake Washington Blvd SE

    Newcastle Beach Park, a wonderful 29-acre area is popular with families. It should probably be better known than it is, but as a result of its obscurity, its relatively few ...

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    419 98th Ave NE

    One indication of the foresight of Bellevue's city planners is the breathtaking little Meydenbauer Beach Park. Though located right in the city, nestled against Meydenbauer Bay, it has ...

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    510 Bellevue Way NE

    This art museum specializes in the work of Northwest artists but also explores national and international influences on local art. The museum's facility, designed by ...

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    12001 Main St

    Bellevue shows the same environmental concerns that interests its neighbor across Lake Washington. The Wilburton Hill Park a large park, located right in the middle of downtown, is a ...

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    10201 NE 4th St

    Compared to Seattle, Bellevue does not have an economically diverse urban area. As a result, this downtown park is not so much a refuge from the pressures of the big city. Instead, it is a ...

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    1625 118th Ave SE

    The largest of Lake Washington

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    1044 116th Ave NE

    Opting for simple elegance over elaborate layout, this jeweler specializes in diamonds. Founded in 1973, the shop offers diamond rings, diamond pendants ...