University of Washington

A famous medical facility and top-tier schools in medicine, engineering, nursing, law, and social work are both located at the UW. Oldest universities on the West Coast.

Woodland Park Zoo

The Woodland Park Zoo is renowned for developing realistic displays and creating standards for zoos throughout the world in terms of animal care.

T-Mobile Park

T-Mobile Park is a stadium in Seattle, Washington, with a retractable roof. It has a seating capacity of 47,929 and serves as the Seattle Mariners' home field in Major League Baseball.

Pike Place Market

The 108-year-old farmers' market is Pike Place Market. Renowned for its speciality food stores, produce booths, fishmongers, and produce markets

Washington State Ferries

The biggest fleet of passenger and automobile ferries in the country is operated by Washington State Ferries (WSF). The third-largest ferry network in the world is WSF.

Kerry Park

Kerry Park, a Seattle icon, provides tourists with a stunning view of the city's infamous skyline and, on occasion, even Mount Rainier.

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

One of Seattle's most visited tourist destinations is the Ballard Locks, sometimes referred to as the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.

Chihuly Garden and Glass

The Glasshouse serves as the focal point. a 40-foot-tall, 4,500 square foot, light-filled house made of steel and glass.

Space Needle

One of the most famous structures in the world and a beloved symbol of Seattle is the Space Needle. One of the most photographed buildings in the world, the Space Needle is 605 feet tall.

The Museum of Flight

The Museum of Flight strives to become the premier educational aviation and space museum in the world and is home to one of the largest US air and space collections.