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  • 1 Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

    Nature and gardens

    117 S. Main St. USA - Seattle, WA 98104

    Seattleites first heard of the Klondike strike on July 17, 1897, when the steamship Portland arrived in town from Alaska, carrying men hefting sacks of gold. Overnight, the city was struck with gold fever, and many residents quit their jobs to get ri..

  • 2 Children's Museum

    Museums and art

    305 Harrison St. USA - Seattle, WA 98109

    Geared mostly to toddlers and elementary age children. The Mountain, a simulated Pacific Northwest wilderness, boasts a waterfall and campsite, and in Global Village, the cultures of many countries are represented. The MindScape technology studio hou..

  • 3 Discovery Park

    Nature and gardens

    3801 W Government Way USA - Seattle, WA 98199

    Looped by more than 7mi of hiking trails and 5mi of paved biking trails, the park is also interspersed with the former facilities of Fort Lawton (now mostly private residences), designed at the turn of the century by the Olmsted brothers.

  • 4 Fishermen's Terminal

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3919 18th Ave W USA - Seattle, WA 98119

    The marina here on the south side of the Ballard Bridge is home port for some 700 commercial fishing boats-from small, family-owned vessels to enormous factory trawlers. The vast terminal building houses several casual and crowded seafood restaurants..

  • 5 Green Lake Park

    Nature and gardens

    USA - Seattle, WA 98115

    This popular, 323-acre park was 1910 city project that blocked the natural drainage into the lake, exposing an additional 7ft of shoreline for green spaces and a boulevard, but an unanticipated result was the explosive growth of algae, already preval..

  • 6 Gasworks Park

    Nature and gardens

    N. Northlake Way at Wallingford Ave. N. USA - Seattle, WA 98103

    Richard Haag, the architect who turned the former World's Fair site into the Seattle Center, was the mastermind behind this compelling mixture of industrial artifacts and parkland. The park also offers wide-angle views of the Seattle cityscape.

  • 7 Alki Beach

    Nature and gardens

    North of Alki Point along Alki Ave USA - Seattle, WA 98116

    Preserved as a city park, the beach parallels a boardwalk frequented by walkers and joggers in almost any weather. Aside from its obvious seaside pleasures, the beach looks out on the open waters of Puget Sound or east across Elliott Bay to the Seatt..

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