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Theo Chocolate factory tour

  • Store/Shop/Mall

If it weren't for a small sign on the sidewalk pointing the way, you'd never know that Fremont has its own chocolate factory. Theo has...

Traver Gallery

  • Museum/Gallery

One block north of the Seattle Art Museum, Traver Gallery is like a little slice of SoHo in Seattle, with large picture windows and uneven...

University District Farmer's Market

  • Market/Bazaar

Seattle's largest "farmers only" market (no crafts, imports, or flea-market finds) operates year-round on Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm...


  • Store/Shop/Mall

This huge, fascinating Japanese supermarket is a feast for the senses. A 30-foot-long red Chinese dragon stretches above colorful mounds...

Warren G. Magnuson Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Also called Sand Point–Magnuson Park and most often simply Magnuson Park, this 350-acre park northeast of the University District was...

Washington Park Arboretum

  • Garden/Arboretum

As far as Seattle's green spaces go, this 230-acre arboretum is arguably the most beautiful. On calm weekdays, the place feels really...

Waterfall Garden

  • Garden/Arboretum

A tranquil spot to take a break, this small garden surrounds a 22-foot (artificial) waterfall that cascades over large granite stones.

West Seattle Junction Murals

  • Neighborhood/Street

Walk through West Seattle's business district amid the small restaurants, shops, and businesses, and you'll come across murals depicting...

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

  • Museum/Gallery

The only museum in the U.S. devoted to the Asian Pacific American experience provides a sophisticated and often somber look at how immigrants...

Woodland Park Zoo

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Ninety-two acres are divided into bioclimatic zones here, allowing many animals to roam freely in habitat areas. A jaguar exhibit is...


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