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Attractions Near Washington State Convention and Trade Center

Seattle, Washington is a wonderful destination for tourists and travelers of all ages. This waterfront city is located in the Pacific Northwest and offers mild temperatures throughout the year. The people of Seattle are laid back and friendly and enjoy sharing everything their unique region has to offer.

Several famous landmarks in Seattle include:

The Space Needle

The Space Needle built in 1962 for the World's Fair, this unmistakable tower has an observation deck at the top where visitors can catch glimpses of the downtown skyline, the Olympic and Cascade mountains, Mount Rainier, several bodies of water including the Pacific Ocean, and surrounding islands; there is also a restaurant where diners can take in the views while enjoying a gourmet meal

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market a delightfully huge market located downtown where patrons can find everything from fresh fish, flowers, fruits, and vegetables to unique crafts, gifts, and antiques; visitors can easily spend hours roaming the diverse stalls and small shops at the market

Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier hikers, campers and day trippers will love all of the natural beauty and trails at this iconic mountain; check in at the new visitor's center for detailed maps and tips on how to plan your day at the mountain.

Seattle is well known for its dedication to coffee. In addition to Starbucks, the king of coffee, the region boasts several local roasters that will delight anyone with an affinity for coffee. Other culinary treats in Seattle include fresh seafood, organic produce, decadent desserts, and several fine dining establishments.

Sports fans can enjoy watching the Mariners professional baseball team at Safeco Field while football fans flock to the Seahawks, located right next door at Century Link Field. For art lovers, the Seattle Art Museum features an impressive collection of art and several special exhibits throughout the year. The public library downtown is a great destination for architecture buffs that appreciate modern, quirky style.

The Seattle Underground Tour is a guided walking tour that takes visitors on a journey through Seattle's history and is literally underground, beneath the streets and sidewalks in the heart of the city.

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