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  • 1. Bellevue Arts Museum


    A real feather in Bellevue's cap, this museum presents sophisticated exhibits on craft and design, with a focus on regional artists. Past exhibitions...Read More

  • 2. Bellevue Botanical Gardens


    This beautiful 53-acre public area next to Wilburton Hill Park and just a short drive from downtown Bellevue is encircled by spectacular perennial...Read More

  • 3. Burke-Gilman/Sammamish River Trail


    Approximately 27 miles long, the paved, flat, tree-lined Burke-Gilman Trail runs from Seattle's Gas Works Park, on Lake Union, east along an...Read More

  • 4. Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery


    One of the state's oldest wineries lies 15 miles northeast of Seattle. Once part of the estate of lumber baron Fred Stimson, these 107 acres...Read More

  • 5. Columbia Winery


    A group of UW professors cofounded this winery in 1962, making it the state's oldest. Using only European vinifera-style grapes grown in eastern...Read More

  • 6. Houghton Beach Park


    On hot days, sun worshippers, swimmers, and the beach-volleyball crowd flock to this beach south of downtown Kirkland on the Lake Washington...Read More

  • 7. Jimi Hendrix Grave Site


    Since his death in 1970, the famed guitarist has rested in Greenwood Cemetery. The site includes a memorial with a domed roof and granite columns. ...Read More

  • 8. Juanita Bay Park


    A 110-acre urban wildlife habitat, this marshy wetland is the perfect spot to don your binoculars to spot songbirds, shorebirds, turtles, beavers...Read More

  • 9. Lake Sammamish State Park

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    Due to Washington State budget cuts, a Discover Pass is now required at all state parks ($10 for the day or $30 for the year), which has made...Read More

  • 10. Marymoor Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    It's not just famous for its Marymoor Velodrome, the Pacific Northwest's sole cycling arena. This 640-acre park also has a 45-foot-high climbing...Read More

  • 11. Newcastle Beach Park


    The most popular beach park in the Bellevue park system, this large park has a big swimming beach, seasonal lifeguards, a fishing dock, nature...Read More

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