A triangle that sits adjacent to 1st Ave that features a Tlingit totem pole towering up beside a drinking fountain fitted with a bust of Chief Seattle, and an iron and glass pergola that was built in 1909
July 10, 2020
At the end of Yesler - historic area with lots to see. Beginning of waterfront.
Markus And Melissa
March 1, 2020
Historic area great to stroll through and take the Underground Tour.
February 24, 2020
Once you’re back from your ferry ride, you can make your way to Pioneer Square. This is the most historic area of Seattle, and many of the attractions here revolve around the city’s strange history. There are tons of cool things to see and explore in Pioneer Square, but since you’re short on time,…
February 14, 2020
Seattle's historic district is nestled between the downtown core, waterfront, Chinatown-Internation District, and the sports stadiums. It's a walkable neighborhood that features attractions including the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, the Underground Tour, and Beneath the Streets…
“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. ”
“My favorite whale watching adventures. Day trips to San Juan islands with a stopover in the quaint Friday Harbour, May through October. Orca, humpback, and minke whales. Sightings guaranteed. Victoria Orca whale watching day trips March through October. Gray whale watching trip with a stopover in the lovely Langley, April only. ”