Seattle Washington Culture Coffee And Sightseeings


Seattle Culture - From awesome museums to the top of the line restaurants the area is a magnificent medium of a big city, smaller town life. It makes for a very comfortable mixture. Just some of the fantastic museums in the area are the Seattle Museum of Art, Experience Music Project, the Museum of History and Industry and the Museum of Flight. Those are just a few of the awesome cultural exhibits this city has to offer and there are a whole lot more. The Science Center also provides a very cultural awareness to the area. For scenery the National Parks of Mt. Ranier offer unbelievable sights to see.

This is town has arts and Culture Organizations and recreational community affairs. It is big on Dance, Film, Festivals and Parks. In fact the city likes to host quite a few festivals each year on Jazz, Chinese Culture and Art, Seafair and Summer Nights At The Pier just to name a few. Check this list for more festivals and to see if there is one in the area when you are visiting. [] 

You could never be bored in the city of Seattle with all that it has to offer. This is one town that wants to stay at the top of the list, remember, the City of Seattle was voted one of the most desirable cities in America and they wish to stay that way. With all they’re offering how could they lose? Always they’re improving and implementing on what they have and making it better and better so that you will come back over and over again. Culture is everywhere in this city’s streets and you’ll be pleased when you walk through the town or along the seashore. Take it all in and enjoy your visit to the great city of Seattle.


Seattle Top 10 Attractions - One of the first things you need to do when you arrive in Seattle is to go to the Space Needle and take your time seeing all this building has to offer. An experience you will not soon forget. After that please visit the Pike Place Market for a great afternoon of shopping and dining. Another day you’ll wish to see the Sofeco Field and garner all of its possibilities. Make sure to take in some of the many museums in the area and then kick up your heels. Seattle Museum of Art and the Seattle Experience Music Project are just a few of the many the Seattle area offers. You’ll also want to make some time to visit Mt. Ranier National Park and Snoqualmie Falls and ravish in their breathtaking scenery. There are some of the most fantastic restaurants and seafood dining available. In Seattle you’ll also find some of the best nightlife you could ask for.

It’s a beautiful city to see and listed below are our Top 10 Seattle Sightseeing Attractions. There is so much more to do and see in the city of Seattle. While away the minutes in one of the most desirable cities in America.

Space Needle 400 Broad Street Seattle, WA 98109 Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street. (206) 905-2100 The Space Needle is an experience you will not want to miss. A must see.

Pike Place Market 85 Pike Street, Room 500 Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 682-7453 At Pike Place Market shop, dine and visit the market.

Experience Music Project EMP is located at: (on the Seattle Center Campus) 325 5th Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109 206.EMPLIVE (206.367.5483) Experience Music Project is an experience you will enjoy.

Safeco Field Safeco Plaza Seattle, WA 98185 (206) 545-5000

Mt. Ranier National Park Tahoma Woods, Star Route Ashford, WA 98304-9751 Visitor Information 360-569-2211 x. 3314

Seattle Waterfront Seattle Waterfront has many things to do and see. Snoqualmie Falls PO 1957 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 At Snoqualmie Falls there is a 270-foot Waterfall taller than Niagara Falls.

Washington Park Arboretum Two hundred thirty acres extending from 40th Avenue East and East Madison on the south, to Highway SR-520 and Lake Washington on the north. 206-684-4725 On the shore is Washington Park Arboretum with a Japanese Garden and is a must see.

Bainbridge Island Check website for times Excellent view of the Seattle skyline when you visit the Bainbridge Island.


Seattle Museums - Whether you are an art lover, history or literature lover there is a museum for you in Seattle. You’ll just love to spend some time immersing yourself among the exhibits. The Seattle Museum of Art and the Experience Music Project are for the art and music lovers and offer a truly wonderful afternoon. Be sure to take your time as you go through the buildings. It is well worth spending hours in these museums.

The Museum of Flight (the history of the Wright Brothers and more on airplanes) and the Museum of History and Industry are for the history buffs and are a definite must. You’ll wish to spend hours just seeing all the excellent exhibits. If there is still time during your visit you’ll want to experience all the hands on exhibits that the Pacific Science Center offers and also make a visit with the animals at the Woodland Park Zoo.

Seattle prides itself in its Tourist Attractions and the museums and science center are a part of this. There is quite a large to selection to choose from. They are all absolutely marvelous and we’re sure you’ll agree so take your time to truly enjoy the Seattle Museum experience.

Seattle Art Museum P.O. Box 22000, Seattle, WA 98122-9700 (206) 654-3100 A must see for art lovers the Seattle Art Museum.

Experience Music Project 325 5th Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109 (206.367.5483) Experience Music Project is an experience you will enjoy.

Pacific Science Center 200 Second Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109 206.443.2001 The Pacific Science Center has a lot of hands on exhibits and an IMAX Theatre

Museum of Flight 9404 East Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98108 206-764-5720 Museum of Flight has the history of the Wright Brothers and more.

Museum of History and Industry 2700 24th Ave E Seattle, WA 98112 (206) 324-1126 Museum of History and Industry is a must see for history buffs.

Woodland Park Zoo 5500 Phinney Ave. No. (West Gate) Seattle, WA (206) 684-4800 Award winning Woodland Park Zoo is a must see.


Seattle Nightlife - Whether you like live music or just want a quiet romantic restaurant for two Seattle has just what you’re looking for in terms of nightlife. With an abundance of places to pick from you’ll be hopping all night. For a great place to listen to some live music try the Baltic Room, Neighbours or the Tractor Lounge. Be sure to call ahead for the bands that are playing when you will be in town. If a nice place to enjoy a beer is your style try a great happy hour and the Comet Tavern so sit back and relax. For romance try The Palisade Waterfront Restaurant, a nice place for two or the Pink Door for its great food. You will have an absolutely wonderful evening.

Whatever you’re in the mood for you’ll find plenty of Nightlife in Seattle. There are over 2,000 restaurants in the area, so your taste buds will be very happy and so will your tummy. The city of Seattle has its tourists in mind and do everything possible to make your stay in the city as happy as possible. With that in mind here is a list of just some of the places to hit the Nightlife in Seattle. There are a whole lot more!

Baltic Room 1207 East Pine St Seattle, WA 98122-3921 206 625 4444 Baltic Room with live music and fun.

Neighbours 1509 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122-3810 206 324 5358 Live music at the Neighbours.

Tractor Tavern 5213 Ballard Ave Northwest Seattle, WA 98107-4809 206 789 3599 For a great time try the Tractor Tavern.

Cloud Room (The) 1619 Ninth Ave Seattle, WA 98101-1824 206 682 0100 The Cloud Room is a favorite of business people and theatergoers.

Comet Tavern 922 East Pike St Seattle, WA 98122-3817 206 323 9853 For a great happy hour and local talent try the Comet Tavern.

Palisade Waterfront Restaurant 2601 West Marina Place Seattle, WA 98199-4331 206 285 1000 Have Romantic Evening at Palisade Waterfront Restaurant.


Seattle Tours - There is a tour for you. If you like to walk, take a bus, drive, take a limo or fly. You name it Seattle has a tour with your name on it. There is virtually every possible tour under the sun in this town so take advantage of one or more of them to see the city the right way.

With a tour guide along you’ll find out all kinds of things about Seattle that only the people that live and work there could possibly know. There are so many plusses to taking a Guided Tour of Seattle that we can’t think of a reason why you shouldn’t. They are reasonably priced and well worth. You can relax and enjoy and basically they do all the work to show you around the city the right way. You can check with you travel agent or the Vistors Center for a tour that is just right for you.

Her are some of the Tours in Seattle that we found, but there are plenty more. Take one, take two or three, with all there is to see in Seattle you might want to take more. Seattle has every tour available that you can imagine all with your enjoyment of the area in mind.

Show Me Seattle 206-633-2489

Customized Tours 206-878-3965

Gray Line Of Seattle 800-426-7532

Seattle Green Tortoise Tours (206) 340-1222

Seattle Sightseeing Tours 206-528-7580