What to see in Seattle
Seattle's skyline, with the prominent Space Needle, is one of
America's most recognisable cityscapes which hints at the eclectic
attractions below. The attractions in Seattle both celebrate and
preserve various roles in history, alternating from aviation and
shipbuilding industries, the music epicentre and the Native
American and contemporary art centre. Other attractions just let
visitors enjoy the moment, including three sports stadiums, an
aquarium, zoo, music laboratory and festive city districts.
Sightseeing Seattle's watery attributes can be enjoyed criss-crossing Puget Sound in state ferries or from the lively waterfront shopping area Pikes Place Market.
Among the other highlights are especially great museums showcasing variously the history of flight, contemporary art, an ode to Rock 'n Roll at the Experience the Music Project's architectural wonder, and of course, the views from the Space Needle. Yet perhaps the best thing to do is follow the locals in and around the city to see and enjoy Seattle the way they do.
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