The Space Needle was built in 1962 and serves as the symbol of that year’s world fair. It is now the symbol of Seattle and is one of the most recognized structures in the world.
EMP – Experience the music project. Located at the foot of the Space Needle this rock n’ roll museum in the massive multi-colored building has music hits with over 80,000 artifacts with notable artists that takes you through music history.
SAM – the Seattle Art Museum is internationally recognized for its excellent collection of Asian, African, and Native American art with more than 21,000 objects held here.
Pike Place Market – This is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. With 9 acres and over 100 years of operation this market encompasses unique and interesting stories that explain why Pike Place is called the “Sole of Seattle”
Washington Park Arboretum – urban setting with 230 acres of green space located on the shores of Lake Washington. You’ll find over 130 endangered plants plus 40,000 rare trees, plants, and flowers.