Пайк Плейс Маркет
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You can't come to Seattle and not visit Pike Place! They have beautiful flowers year round, fresh fish, live music, and lots of vendors. If you want to have a fish thrown over your head, just purchase any fish from the Pike Place Fish Market.
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Pike Place is chock full of amazing vendors selling crafts, flowers, fruit, and of course - fish. Wander the stalls and sample the wares. Some highlights include: Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Bavarian Meats, and Ellenos and the gum wall. Grab a Salmon sandwich for lunch at Market Grill.
Another perfect day trip! Make sure to stop at the gym wall and add your piece! Don’t forget to visit the Fremont troll!
This is one of our favorite places to walk around and eat! From clam chowder to delicious Piroshky Piroshky's to jam tastings, wine tastings, and cheese tastings! Be sure to check out the gum wall (and add to it at your own discretion)!
Be prepared for sensory overload! Great place to buy local art and handcrafts, beautiful flower bouquets from local farmers, and delicious fresh food. See the famous flying fish!
Much more than just a tourist hotspot, Pike Place Market is the number one farmers’ market in the country. The 9-acre historic district is brimming with hundreds of farmers, artisans, small businesses, bars and restaurants, the latter of which serve up both popular regional dishes and international…
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“If Seattle is known for anything, this is it. If views are your thing, purchase a ticket and check out the newly renovated observation deck. For an better view that includes the Space Needle, head over to Kerry Park!”
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“Anchored in downtown Seattle, the Seattle Art Museum has two other locations, at the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Asian Art Museum (closed for renovation at the time of writing). The SAM’s inventory is wide-ranging, but has an exceptional collection of Native American art from the Pacific Northwest, including basketry, textiles, masks, totem poles and other delicate carvings in stone and wood. Gothic and early-Renaissance Italian painting is also well-represented, with works by Giovanni di Paolo, Puccio di Simone and Paolo Uccello. Also in the collection is painting, decorative art and furniture from the Northwest, and 20th-century American art by the likes of Mark Tobey and Jacob Lawrence.”
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“Welcoming around 750,000 visitors annually, the Museum of Pop Culture is home to both permanent and temporary exhibitions that attract music lovers (think tributes to Jimi Hendrix and Michael Jackson) and science fiction nerds alike. One of the most popular exhibitions is Infinite Worlds Of Science Fiction, which is packed with more than 150 artefacts from iconic films and television shows ranging from Star Trek and The War Of The Worlds to Men In Black and Battlestar Galactica”
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“One of our favorite places in the city! The Sculpture Park has sweeping views of the mountains and sound as well as downtown and Mount Rainier. The park is maintained by the Seattle Art Museum and is sprinkled with giant sculptures to enjoy along your stroll.”
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