Attractions are found everywhere in Seattle. No matter your interests, your budget, or, the time available, you will find something to suit your fancy.
As in most cities, Seattle attractions mirror the culture, history, industries and natural landscape of a community. Thus, in Seattle, you will find attractions related to the historical roots of the community; the entertainment interests of its citizens; the natural wonders of the nearby waters, mountains and forests; and attractions related to the city's air and space, maritime and oceanic industries.
To find what to see and for information on specific types of attractions, please click on one of the links below:
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Seattle (Moon Handbooks) by Allison Williams. Written by a Seattleite, this guide offers everything you need to know about the Emerald City. Discover unique landmarks, points of interest, quirky curiosities and hidden secrets through photos, maps and provocative descriptions to make the most of your trip to Seattle. Order now...
Seattle Curiosities: Quirky characters, roadside oddities & other offbeat stuff by Steve Pomper. This book will have you laughing out loud as you are introduced to the city's weirdest and most outrageous characters and events, taking you places you never could have imagined. Order now...
Seattle (City Guide), 6th Edition, by Heidi Johansen. Full color photos and maps along with descriptions and travel advice for the best sights and experiences make up this travel guide. Discover history, culture and the diverse neighborhoods of Seattle. Order now...
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