Check out some of the local culture happening in~and~around Seattle.
Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour is Seattle’s most unusual attraction. Take a humorous stroll through intriguing subterranean storefronts and sidewalks that were entombed when the city rebuilt on top of itself after the Great Fire of 1889.
Established in 1907 to connect citizens and farmers, the Market continues its “Meet the Producer” tradition with a year-round farmers market, owner-operated bakeries, fish markets, butcher shops, produce stands, and specialty food stores.
Against a backdrop of jaw-dropping scenery, the waterfront is all about walkable fun – where quirky shops, seafood eateries, and iconic experiences await.
Let your inner spirit come out to play in Seattle’s funky, creative neighborhood of Fremont. The self-proclaimed Center of the Universe has unexpected and unconventional entertainment, from trolls who live under bridges to statues of Communist leaders.
Ballard is a place full of some of the best restaurants, pubs, shops, spas, and parks in Seattle. From the famous Ballard Locks, to festive old Ballard Ave and shopping-rich Market Street.
Just east of downtown, find a colorful, urban scene where many streets boast a metropolitan buzz and others emanate a tree-lined, residential calm. This is the city’s LGBTQ hub, but visitors and locals of all sorts flock to Capitol Hill.
Get ready to party big at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup! For 20 glorious days enjoy delicious food, wild rides, dazzling entertainment and fun for the whole family; it's the biggest party in the state and you don't want to miss out!
Head over to Alki Beach to get some sand in your toes and walk along the two-and-a-half mile long pedestrian walkway while trying various restaurants and bars down the West Seattle beachfront!
Just down the hill from the UW campus, there are a ton of shops and restaurants in a really pretty part of town.
Dozens of great restaurants and bars on a small strip make Greenwood a great place for a casual night out.